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THE STANLEY 
WORKS 



WROUGHT HARDWARE 

STEEL, BRASS 

BRONZE 




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1914 



MAIN FACTORIES 

NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 

NEW YORK OFFICE CHICAGO OFFICE 

100 LAFAYETTE STREET 73 EAST LAKE STREET 



Copyright, 1915, by The Stanley Works 



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INDEX 

This catalogue is divided as follows: Pages 

Part I Wrought butts and hinges 13-138 

Part II Wrought door bolts, barrel bolts, etc 139-174 

Part III Wrought shelf brackets, thumb latches, handles, storm sash hangers and 

other miscellaneous goods . 175-230 

Part IV Hinges and fastenings for outside window blinds 231-246 

Part V Telegraph code 247-260 



A Pages 

Atwood's fasts . 133 

*• hasps and staples 133 

hinges 130-132 

B 

Back band buckles 224 

" flaps 70, 71 

Bag hinges 137, 138 

Ball-bearing butts 16-32 

hinges 16-32, 90, 91, 87 

Barrel bolts 159-163 

Bar holders . 201 

Bars, shutter 122, 173 

Basket hasps 127, 128 

** hinges. 127 

Blind butts, light inside 67-69 

« fasts 240-245 

« parts of 246 

** hinges, outside. 232-238 

" hooks 232-240 

•* trimmings 231-246 

Bolts, automatic 164 

** barrel 159-163 

" brass barrel 160-162 

« spring 169 

Canada. 148 

" casement window 146 

" cellar window 158 

" chain 150, 151 

" cremone 155-157 

" door 140-169 

flat spring 147 

flat tail 149 

" flush 140-145 

" foot 152, 153 

" neck 165, 170 

shutter 170, 171 

spring 168, 169 

" square. 164, 166, 167 

" transom 160 

Box hasps — 123 

« hinges : 129-132 

Braces, angle 213 

" corner 210 

Brackets, folding 180 

shelf 176-180 

sink 179 

Brass barrel bolts 160-162 

* spring bolts 169 

" corrugated hinges . .78-81, 93, 95 

" ornamental hinges 78-83, 89, 93-95 

** strap and T-hinges 93, 94 

Bronze metal butts 14-17 

Buckles, back band 224 

Burrs, soft steel 223 

Butts, back flaps 70, 71 

" ball-bearing 16-32 

blind, light inside 67-69 

" broad 60 

" bronze metal 14-17 

" chest 72 

door. 13-46 

extra heavy 17, 24-27, 42, 43 

" fast joint 60-72 

half surface door .29, 31, 33, 44, 45 

" light inside blind 67-69 

" narrow. 64-66 

" " narrow loose pin .56, 67 

« with balltips.. 48 



Pages 

Butts, light parliament 76 

" ** reversible 54-55 

" loose joint, without tips 58, 59, 75, 76 

" " pin, light narrow. 56, 67 

** with ball tips 14-51. 73 

« without tips.52,53,55.56,66.67 

" metal door 30-33 

" narrow 62 

- loose joint . 59 

parliament 73-76 

" pew door 72 

" reversible 52-56 

" shutter, without holes 77 

** surface door 46 

table 67 

template 30-33 

Butt washers 223 

C 

Cabinet Assortments 227-229 

Camp stools 221 

Casement hinges . 47 

Cellar window bolts 158 

sets 198, 199 

Chain bolts 160, 151 

Chains, transom 200 

Chest handles 185-192 

" hinges 72, 129 

CUps, floor 220 

Code words 247-260 

Corner braces 210 

irons 211-213 

Corrugated fasteners 230 

Crate hasps 126-127 

" hinges 126, 127 

Cremone bolts 155-157 

D 

Door bolts , 140-169 

" butts : 13-46 

" fasteners ^ 122 

" handles 181-184 

« holders.... 92. 154 

" latches 181-183 

** pulls 184 

« rail . 201 

* sets, screen 196, 197 

" stay 92 

Drawer pulls r . . . . 193 

E 

End gate hinges 124 

F 

Fasteners, Corrugated 230 

door 122 

Fasts, Atwood's 133 

« blind : 240-245 

" Boston pattern blind 242 

box 133 

*• double acting bhnd 243 

plate blind 244. 245 

« screen 202-209 

security blind 242, 244 

Shedd's wire bhnd 240 

" standard screw blind 243 

" Stanley's wire bhnd 241 

•* steamboat shutter 174 



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INDEX— Continued 



F Pages 

Fasts, storm sash 202-204 

Finishes 10,11 

Floor cUps 220 

" plates 172 

Flush bolts 140-145 

Foot « 152, 153 

G 

Garage door bolts 150-153, 155 

« fastener 122 

" hinges 90, 91 

« latches 181-183 

" sets 226 

« stays...- 92 

H 

Handles, chest 185-192 

door " 181-184 

lifting 185-192 

milk can 188 

screen . 193 

tsap door 192 

tub 187, 188 

" window shutter 185 

Hangers, screen 205-209 

« storm sash 202-209 

Hasps, basket 127, 128 

« box. 123 

« crate 126. 127 

" hinge 115-120 

" removable plate 118 

" safety .117-120 

" seal 126 

"" with staples 218, 220 

Hinge hasps 115-120 

Hinges, Atwood's 130-132 

ball-bearing 16-32, 87, 90, 91 

" bag. 137, 138 

basket : 127 

blind , 232-238 

" box 129-132 

brass, corrugated 78-81, 93, 95 

ornamental 78-83, 89, 93-95 

" strap and T 93, 94 

" "Butterfly" pattern 95 

casement 47 

" chest 72, 129 

"Clover leaf" pattern 99, 100 

" corrugated brass and steel, 

ornamental 78-81, 93, 95 

corrugated strap and T 93, 107, 111 

crate 126-127 

" double champion 131 

" end gate 124 

garage 90, 91 

" "Greek Key" pattern. 102 

Hart's patent.: 114^ 115 

" trunk 135 

"Little Daisy" 131 

link 129 

" long chest 129 

" "Lotus" pattern 97-99 

" ornamental 78-103 

" pew door 72 

" refrigerator 78-88 

" rolled plate 125 

screen door 121, 196, 197 

"Shell" pattern 101 

" storm door 121 

strap and T 104-115 

•* suit-case 137, 133 

" table 67 

trap door 125 

trunk 134-138 

" wash tray 103 

« water closet 99 

Holders, bar 201 



Pages 

Holders, door. 92, 154 

stake 214 

Hooks, back band 224 

blind 232-240 

with staples 216, 217 

I 

Irons, corner 211-213 

L 

Latches, door 181-183 

thumb 181-183 

Lifts, sash 194, 195 

" screen 193-195 

M 

Mending plates 212, 213 

Milk can handles 188 

P 

Padlock eyes 122 

Parliament butts 73-76 

Pulls, doors 184 

" screen 184 

« drawer 193 

R 

Rail, sliding door 201 

Refrigerator hinges . 78-88 

Rings, trap door 192 

s 

Sash fasteners for storm sash 202-209 

« lifts 194, 195 

Screen door sets 196, 197 

" lifts..... 193-195 

** fasteners and hangers 202-209 

Screws 225 

Shelf brackets 176-180 

Shutter bars 122, 173 

bolts ..170, 171 

butts 77 

« fasts 174 

handles 185 

Sink brackets 179 

Springs, window. . 225 

Stake irons or holders 214 

Staples, for hinge hasps 116 

« bolts 172 

wrought 215 

Stays, garage do9r 92 

Stools, folding camp 221 

Storm window hangers and fasts 202-209 

Strap and T-hinges 104-115 

Suit case hinges 137, 138 

T 

Table hinges ..... 67 

Telegraph code 247-260 

Trap door hinges 125 

« rings 192 

Transom bolts 160 

" chains 200 

Trunk hinges 134-138 

Tub handles 187, 188 

W 

Wagon stake irons 214 

Washers, bolt 222 

butt 223 

Wash tray hinges 103 

Water closet hinges 99 

Window hangers and fasts for storm 

windows 202-209 

Window springs 225 



THE 



STANLEY 



WORKS 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

Numbers preceded by star refer to new goods added since our 1911 Catalog was issued. 



Class 


1 


Class 




Class 


. ! 


Class 




Class 




Class 




Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


*141 


28 


297 


51 


488 


195 


842 


68 


958 


109 


*1073 


158 


141^ 


28 


301 


59 


489 


195 


843 


69 


960 


110 


1076 


158 


160 


44 


303 


59 


490 


176 


844 


67 


961 


111 


1077 


160 


165 


44 


304 


47 


491 


201 


850 


77 


962 


129 


1078 


159 


*B.B.165 


29 


305 


47 


492 


178 


851 


26 1 


964 


116 


1078^ 


159 


*166 


46 


332 


68 


494 


180 


*856 


32 


970 


126 


1080 


161 


♦B.B.170 


30 


333 


69 


731 


41 


*B.B.856 


32 


*972 


216 


1081 


163 


*B.B.171 


30 


333^ 


69 


*731^ 


41 


900 


105 


*973 


216 


1082 


162 


*172 


33 


335 


67 


733 


41 


901 


112 


*974 


217 


1084 


162 


*B.B.172 


31 


*344 


127 


739 


74 


902 


106 


*975 


217 


1086 


163 


*173 


33 


345 


127 


740 


57 


904 


108 


976 


215 


1088 


166 


*B.B.173 


31 


346 


128 


746 


75 


906 


109 


978 


215; 


1090 


166 


*174 


32 


349 


128 


747 


61 


907 


113 


980 


218 


1092 


167 


♦B.B.174 


32 


*350 


147 


748 


55 


908 


no; 


981 


220 


1094 


167 


175 


15 


352 


225 


749 


49 


910 


129 


982 


218 


1100 


165 


*176 


33 


353 


225 


751 


53 


912 


lie 


983 


219 


1102 


165 


*178 


33 


355 


150 


752 


65 


913 


116 


986 


218 


1108 


161 


*179 


32 


356 


152 


753 


58 


914 


116 


*987 


219 


*1109 


162 


*B.B.179 


32 


360 


148 


755 


63 


915 


117 


988 


218 


1110 


170 


180 


17 


361 


140 


756 


225 


915^ 


117 


991 


223 


1112 


170 


181 


17 


362 


146 


760 


51 


916 


126 


993 


214 


1113 


170 


239 


35 


*372 


156 


763 


193 


*S.G.917 


119 


993^ 


214 


1114 


171 


B.B.239 


19 


373 


156 


765 


193 i 


919 


126 


994 


222 


1118 


171 


241 


39 


374 


156 


790 


176 


920 


126 


994^ 


223 


1122 


174 


B.B.241 


23 


*385 


141 


792 


178 


921 


127 


995 


212 


1124 


174 


241^ 


37 


393 


142 


794 


180 


921^ 


127 


*995^ 


213 


♦1125 


122 


B.B.241 ^ 


21 


393^ 


145 


797 


179 


923 


125 


996 


211 


1126 


172 


244 


53 


394 


145 


800 


62 


*925 


120 


*996^ 


211 . 


1128 


172 


245 


54 


395 


143 


802 


59 


*926 


118 


997 


210 


1130 


172 


249 


43 


396 


144 


804 


53 


929 


114 


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1132 


172 


250 


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397 


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*1136 


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1150 


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260 


73 


405 


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810 


67 


937 


111 


1020 


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1151 


169 


268 


75 


406 


159 


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273 


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1028 


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1153 


169 


274 


76 


408 


162 


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940 


125 


1030 


145 


1154 


168 


275 


76 


414 


164 


816 


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941 


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1032 


145 


1155 


169 


280 


63 


450 


173 


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71 


942 


121 


1034 


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160 


283% 


66 


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185 


284 


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820 


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943 V, 


134 


1050 


147 


1202 


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284% 


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460 


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823 


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944 


134 


1051 


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1205 


186 


286 


57 


465 


193 


*828 


73 


945 


135 


*1052 


155 


1206 


191 


286% 


66 


480 


194 


829 


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945 ^g 


136 


1054 


147 


1208 


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288 


55 


481 


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946 


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1209 


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289 


48 


483 


195 


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1056 


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1210 


187 


289 3g 


49 


*484 


194 


833 


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952 


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1061 


148 


*1211 


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291 


61 


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834 


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954 


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*1214 


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61 


486 


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838 


64 


955 


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1065 


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1215 


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295 


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840 


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956 


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*1070 


164 


*1216 


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NUMERICAL INDEX— Concluded 



Class 




Class 


1 


Class 




Class 




Class 




Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


Number 


Page 


1225 


220 


1329 


167 


1422 


83 


*1483 


101 


*1713 


202 


1230 


201 


1331 


186 


1423 


83 


*1483% 


101 


1714 


203 


*1245 


122 


1332 


165 


1423% 


83 


1485 


102 


1716 


203 


125a 


182 


1333 


75 


1423% 


83 


1486 


102 


1717 


204 


*1252 


181 


1334 


53 


1424 


84 


1490 


100 


1718 


203 


*125S 


184 


*1335 


162 


1424% 


84 


1492 


99 


1719 


204 


1257 


184 


1336 


166 


1425 


84 


1494 


100 


1720 


203 


*1258 


184 


1337 


166 


1425% 


84 


1495 


101 


1722 


208 


1260 


183 


1338 


87 


1426 


103 


1600 


232 


1724 


205 


1265 


184 


1339 


87 


*1428 


85 


1606 


232 


1725 


205 


*1272 


213 


1340 


88 


1429 


95 


1608 


233 


1726 


205 


1280' 


200 


1341 


88 


*1429% 


95 


1612 


233 


*1727 


206 


1282 


200 


1342 


114 


1430 


95 


1616 


234 


*1728 


207 


1300 


105 


1343 


115 


♦1430% 


95 


1620 


234 


1730 


224 


1300% 


105 


*1344 


201 


1431 


95 


1624 


235 


1750 


196 


1301% 


112 


1345 


41 


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1628 


235 


*1751 


196 


1302 


106 


1347 


192 


*1432 


95 


1638 


237 


1752 


197 


1302% 


106 


1348 


187 


1433 


93 


1640 


236 


*1753 


197 


1303 


108 


1352 


225 


1434 


93 


1642 


237 


1760 


198 


1303% 


108 


*1353 


225 


1437 


93 


1644 


236 


*1762 


199 


1304 


109 


1354 


225 


1438 


93 


1645 


121 


*1765 


206 


1304% 


109 


1356 


115 


1442 


94 


1646 


237 


*1775 


92 


1305 


107 


1360 


236 


1444 


94 


1647% 


238 


n776 


226 


1305% 


107 


1364 


236 


1445 


89 


1650 


239 


1800 


131 


1306 


110 


1380 


243 


*1446 


85 


1652 


232 


1804 


131 


1306% 


110 


1380% 


243 


1450 


87 


1658 


239 


1808 


133 


1307 


111 


1381 


243 


1455 


88 


1666 


240 


1812 


133 


1307% 


111 


1381% 


243 


*1457 


90 


1667 


241 


1816 


132 


1308 


116 


1382 


243 


*1458 


91 


1667% 


241 


1817 


132 


1308% 


116 


1400 


89 


*1459 


91 


1668 


244 


1820 


133 


1309% 


113 


1403 


, 78 


1460 


86 


1672 


242 


1821 


133 


1310 


117 


1404 


78 


1461 


86 


1676 


242 


1825 


129 


1310^ 


117 


1405 


78 


1462 


86 


1676% 


242 


1 1830 


137 


1311 


70 


1406 


78 


1463 


86 


1680 


243 


1832 


137 


1312 


103 


1407 


79 


1465 


87 


1680% 


243 


*1833 


138 


1313 


71 


1408 


79 


1466 


87 


1681 


243 


1834 


138 


1314 


215 


1409 


79 


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96 


1681% 


243 


*1835 


138 


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, 63 


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79 


1474 


96 


1682 


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1836 


138 


1316 


218 


1411 


80 


1475 


96 


1684 


244 


1838 


138 


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65 


1412 


80 


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1684% 


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94 


1318 


218 


1413 


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1478 


97 


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1854 


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1319 


1 61 


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80 


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1692 


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117 


1321 


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1415 


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241 


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225 


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225 


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230 


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161 


1418 


81 


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96 B 


1706 


209 






1325 


170 


1420 


82 


1481 


98 


1706% 


209 






1326 


170 


1421 


82 


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96 B 


1708 


209 






1327 


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82 


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1710 


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1328 


167 


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*1712 


202 


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WE beg to call attention briefly to a few facts concerning 
our plant and our facilities for taking care of our customers' 
orders. We have the largest factories in the world devoted 
to the manufacture of wrought steel hardware. Having our own 
hot rolling mill at Bridgewater, Mass., and one of the biggest 
cold rolling mills in the United States at New Britain, we are 
perfectly equipped for the production of our own steel of a quality 
best adapted for its intended uses. We were the first to use cold 
rolled steel in the manufacture of hardware, and our long experi- 
ence qualifies us to select the best material for the purpose required. 

The pins and ball tips in our butts are made from wrought 
steel and will not break. The sizes of pins and joints are so pro- 
portioned as to give the greatest wearing surface possible without 
making them clumsy looking, and the butts are made from steel 
of a thickness properly proportioned to the weight of the doors 
on which they are ordinarily used. The heavy gauges of stock 
used on goods intended to stand severe service, such as regular 
butts, hinges, brackets, etc., should be considered when making 
comparisons with goods of competitive lines. 

We have been accustomed for years to pack plated screws 
with all plated goods and we now include all japanned and gal- 
vanized butts, brass and bronze hinges and brass bolts. Especial 
attention is called to the fact that strap and T-hinges in plain 
steel, japanned and galvanized are now packed one pair in a box 
with screws. The advantages of this method of handling hinges 
over the old way must be apparent to anyone giving the matter a 
little attention. A great saving of time to both clerks and cus- 
tomers is effected and the hinges are put up with screws of size 
and length properly proportioned to the hinges with which they 
are packed. The liberal sizes of screws provided for in Stanley 
products are based on long experience in what is required for various 
purposes coupled with exhaustive tests of the holding power of 
screws of all sizes in different woods. 

The use of three butts on every door of regular size is recom- 
mended for the purpose of counteracting the tendency of doors 
to throw out of alinement, which causes them to stick and bind 
with probable disfigurement of the woodwork. Experience has 
shown that as a general rule all full sized doors when hung on 

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only two butts are apt to give some trouble from warping. The 
proper size of butts to use on doors of different dimensions and 
weights is given in table below. The proper size butts for custom- 
made doors often of odd sizes can be determined by weighing a 
sample door and referring to the column of weights below: 



Door Dimensions 


Weight of Door 


Size of Butts 


Cupboards 


30 lbs. 

30 to 50 lbs. 
50 to 60 lbs. 
60 to 75 lbs. 
75 to 100 lbs. 


23^ ins. 

3x3 

33^x31^ 

4x4 

4^x43^ 

5x5 


1/i and 1 3^ ins. screen 


1% ins. thick and less than 2 ft. 8 ins. wide ! 

l?<8ins. '* " 2 ft. 8 ins. or more in width 

l^ins. II II less than 3 ft, ins. wide 

\% ins. *' " 3 ft. ins. or more in width 

•— . — — ■■ — - — - — ■ 



Unusual conditions in the size and weight of doors can be 
met by the various patterns of extra heavy butts and particularly 
by the use of ball bearing butts, which will not wear down in the 
joint under any condition. 

During the more than half century we have been in business 
our constant aim has been to improve the quality of our product, 
while by the continual adding of improved machinery and the 
manufacture of goods in immense quantities we are able to keep 
our prices as low as those of many inferior kinds. That our goods 
are acknowledged to be the standard is evidenced by the fact that 
would-be competitors all over the world have attempted to copy 
our class numbers, labels, style of packing, etc. 

We endeavor to keep in stock every style, finish and size of 
goods advertised in this catalogue. We have an eight-story 
building, each floor containing approximately ten thousand square 
feet, exclusively for the carrying of a complete stock of our finished 
goods. With excellent railway facilities in our yards we are 
perfectly equipped for the prompt and satisfactory shipment of 
orders. 

We shall continue to make this Qt^ a guarantee of quality. 

THE STANLEY WORKS 



FINISHES 

A LL of our wrought steel butts, the smaller sizes of strap and T-hinges 
/-% and many of the door bolts and other articles herein described, are 
-^ -^ made from cold rolled steel. The process of cold rolling hardens the 
steel, greatly increases its tenacity and power of resistance, and gives it a 
bright smooth surface. This finish we designate in unplated goods as ''bright 
steel." In plated goods we call it "planished," to distinguish it from ''polished,' ' 
which is an extra finish put on our best grades of butts. 

Our electro-plated goods of the best grades are very heavily plated by 
special processes of our own, and are then finished in various effects of bronze, 
brass, silver, etc., the heavy coating serving to effectually protect the steel 
from ordinary atmospheric conditions. Our plating department is in charge 
of experts in that line of work and we can match any finish desired. 

We desire to call attention to an anti-rust finish, which is mentioned in 
various places in the following pages, which we call "Stanley Sherardized." 
The process of sherardizing (named from its inventor) while comparatively 
new, has been in existence long enough to demonstrate its worth. We have 
prefixed the word "Stanley" before the word "Sherardized" to indicate that 
this finish will have the same careful attention from us that other "Stanley" 
products receive. We anticipate that, as is the case with galvanizing, many 
cheap plants will spring up where goods will be sherardized by treating the 
complete article. Our products will be sherardized under our own super- 
vision before they are assembled , thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. 
We adopted this finish only after long and careful experimenting, and are 
convinced that it is as good a protection against rust as it is possible to get. 
We guarantee that "Stanley Sherardized" goods will stand a more severe 
test than the U. S. Government requires for its galvanized work. Wq heartily 
recommend this finish for all articles exposed to the weather. We also furnish 
many articles sherardized and then electro-plated in various finishes. These 
goods have the rust preventing feature, with the appearance of ordinary 
plated goods. 

All sherardized and plated butts will be stamped with the letter ^'Z" on 
the back near the joint. Architects and contractors who specify sherardized 
and plated butts should look for this stamp. 

On the opposite page will be found a complete list of our finishes, with 
our symbols, and the corresponding symbols of some other makes. We can 
match any other finish desired. 



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LIST OF FINISHES 

WITH COMPARATIVE SYMBOLS OF SOME OTHER HARDWARE 
MANUFACTURERS 



Stanley 
Works 


Description 


Yale& 

Towne Mfg. 

Co. 


Russell & 

Erwin Mfg. 

Co. 


P. &F. 
Corbin 


Sargent & 
Company 


A 


Standard light bronze 


BZIO 


11 


B 


P 


A4 


Dull bronze, slightly oxidized . 




. 


lie 


KB 




A5 


Dull bronze .... 


' BY 22 




DB 


OP 


A6' 


Ship bronze, polished surfaces only 


BW22 


121 


CB 


2P 


B 


Statuary bronze, light 






. 


. 




B 1 


Statuary bronze, dark 




CY24 




. 




B5 


Antique bronze, medium . 








KB 




B8 


Statuary bronze, standard 




BY 65 


2 


* 


* 


C 


Brass-plate 




AZIO 


10 


A 


B 


D 


Dull copper .... 




CYIO 


- 






D 1 


Copper oxidized, light center . 




CY57 


'w^ 




LB 


D2 


Copper oxidized, light mottled 




CZ17 


W2 


R 


AB 


D3 


Copper oxidized, dark mottled 




CZ18 








D4 


Dull copper, slightly oxidized . 








ER 


. 


E 


Dull silver, natural color . 




* 


8S 


ES 


LS 


E2 


Silver, oxidized, mottled . 




* 


w% 


. 


AS 


E4 


Dull silver, slightly oxidized 




SY52 


8C 


KS 


. 


F 


Dull brass 




AY 22 


9 


DA 


OB 


Fl 


Brass oxidized, light center 




AY 57 


9M 






F2 


Brass oxidized, mottled 




AZ17 


W2 


HA 


EB 


F4 


Dull brass, slightly oxidized 




AY 21 


9 C 


KA 


OE 


F6 


Ship brass, polished surfaces only 




AW 99 


21 


CA 


2B 


G 


Bower Barff, rustless 




FX80 


46 


F 


BB 


H 


Dead black electro-plate . . 




BX16 


06 


KF 


BN 


J 


Japanned 




. 








J 1 


Japanned, dead black 






47 


D 




K 


Olive bronze on polished surface 




FW6 


Florentine 






K 1 


Olive bronze, planished surface 




FW8 


Kahala 


Amber 


T 


N 


Nickel 




NZIO 


4 


E 


N 


R 


Galvanized 














SB 


Same as "B," sand finish 














SD 


Same as "D," sand finish 














SD 1 


Same as "D 1," sand finish 






CX57 


07% 




RC 


SD2 


Same as "D 2," sand finish 






CX17 


07M 


SR 




SD3 


Same as "D 3," sand finish 














SD4 


Same as "D 4," sand finish 






CX22 




SER 


R5L 


SE 


Same as "E,'* sand finish 






SXIO 


08S 




RS 


SE2 


Same as "E 2," sand finish 








08 J^ 






SE4 


Same as "E 4," sand finish 






SX52 


08C 


SKS 


R5H 


SF 


Same as "F," sand finish . 






AX 23 


09 


SEA 




SF 1 


Same as "F 1," sand finish 






AX 57 


09M 






SF2 


Same as "F 2," sand finish 






AX 17 


09^ 


SHA 


RK 


SF4 


Same as "F 4," sand finish 






AX 24 


09 C 


SKA 


RD 


V 


Verdi antique 






* 


* 


* 


« 


z 


"Stanley Sherardized" 












• • 



* Specify finish to be matched. 
The above list of finishes represents a fair comparison of the different manufacturers. 
When exact finish is wanted specify special symbol of finish desired and submit sample. 

11 



NOTICE 

Many of the class numbers in this catalogue are 
copyrighted by us as trade marks in the United 
States and various foreign countries and the use of 
these numbers on corresponding goods of other 
makes is prohibited. 



All prices and discount sheets issued by us 
previous to this date are hereby withdrawn. 

THE STANLEY WORKS, 

New Britain, Conn., December 31, 1914. 



THE STANLEY WORKS 



PART I 

WROUGHT BUTTS 
AND HINGES 



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WROUGHT BRONZE METAL BUTTS 

WITH SHERARDIZED STEEL, NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BUSHINGS 
AND BRONZE BALL TIPS^POLISHED. SELF LUBRICATING 




Cut of 4 X 4-inch 

These butts are made of wrought bronze metal and are highly finished. They have 
Stanley Sherardized Steel Bushings in the joint to prevent any possible wearing down. Each 
of the eight Sherardized Steel Bushings has two cups which hold the lubricant, making the 
butts self lubricating. They have the non-rising pins described on page 34. These pins are 
made of steel and are sherardized, which not only prevents rusting but adds to the wearing 
quality. The inner leaves are beveled to make a perfect fitting joint and all sizes have five 
knuckles in the joint. 

For list prices, see opposite page. 

For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WITH SHERARDIZED STEEL, NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BUSHINGS 
AND BRONZE BALL TIPS. SELF LUBRICATING 

For cut, see opposite page 

No. 175. POLISHED 

Prices are per pair and include brass screws to match 



Size, 


No. 175 A 


175 B 


175 SB 


175 D2 


175 SD2 


175 F 


No. 175 F2 


Open 
Inches 


Light 
Bronze 


statuary 
Bronz^e 


Statuary 

Bronze 

Sand Finish 


Antique 
Copper 


Antique 

Copper 

Sand Finish 


Dull Brass 


or 175 F4 

Antique 
Brass 


• 


$1.65 


$1.80 


$1.80 


$1.80 


$1.80 


$1.80 


$1.80 


3 x3 


2.10 


2.25 


2.25 


2.25 


2.25 


. 2.25 


2.25 


3^x33^ 


2.40 


2.55 


2.55 


2.55 


2.55 


2.55 


2.55 


4 x4 


2.80 


3.15 


3.15 


3.15 


3.15 


3.15 


3.15 


4i^x4>^ 


3.60 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


5 x5 


4.30 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


53^x5J^ 


7.00 


7.45 


7.45 


7.45 


7.45 


7.45 


7.45 


6 x6 


8.75 


9.20 


9.20 


9.20 


9.20 


9.20 


9.20 



Size, 
Open, 
Inches 


175 SF2 

Antique 

■ Brass 

Sand Finish 


175 SF4 

Antique 

Brass 

Sand Finish 


175 H 

Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 


175 N 
Nickeled 


Pairs in a 
Case 


Average 
Weight of 
Full Case 

Pounds 


Net Weight 
Per Pair 
Without 
Screws or 

Boxes, Lbs. 


2^x2J^ 


$1.80 


$1.80 


$1.80 


$1.80 


100 




Yz 


3 x3 


2.25 


2.25 


2.25 


2.25 


100 




4/5 


33^x31^ 


2.55 


2.55 


2.55 


2.55 


100 




1^ 


4 x4 


3.15 


3.15 


3.15 


3.15 


100 


212 


IM 


4J^x4i^ 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


3.90 


100 




2M 


5 x5 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


50 


182 


3 


5>^x5H 


7.45 


7.45 


7.45 


7.45 


50 


. . 


3-4/5 


6 x6 


9.20 


9.20 


9.20 


9.20 


50 


•• 


4M 



One pair in a box, with screws. 
For other finishes, see page 11, 



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WROUGHT BRONZE METAL BALL-BEARING BUTTS 

WITH NON-RISING LOOSE iniiium PINS AND BALL TIPS 





Cut of washer. Full size 



/ jfl^^ ^y the use of these -washers 

I w/^m ^^' friction in the joint is practi- 

^k^ ^^^ *'^'^y overcome, sothat there can 

^^liiilii^ be no wearing down of the butt 

under the severest strain, no 
creaking of the door and no need 
of oiling the butt, thereby dis- 
figuring finishes and gathering dust. The door swings 
easily and noiselessly. The washers are so constructed 
that they cannot come apart, and the improved 
construction protects the balls from moisture and dust. 
The hardened tool steel balls are set in a case-hardened 
raceway and each bearing will sustain a load of 1,000 
lbs. without crushing. They have the non-rising pins 
described on page 34, and all sizes have five knuckles 
in the joint. The inner leaves are beveled to make a 
perfect joint. 

For list prices, see opposite page. 

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WROUGHT BRONZE METAL BALL-BEARING BUTTS 
WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS 

For cut, see opposite page 

No. 180. POLISHED 

Prices are per pair, and include brass screws to match 



Size, Open 
Inches 


No. 180 A 

Light Bronze 


180 B 

Statuary 
Bronze 


180 SB 

Statuary 

Bronze 

Sand Finish 


180 D2 

Antique 
Copper 


180 SD2 

Antique 

Copper 

Sand Finish 


180 F 

Dull Brass 


180 F2 

Antique 
Brass 


2y2x2y^ 


$2.25 


$2.40 


$2.40 


$2.40 


$2.40 


$2.40 


12.40 


3 x3 


2.80 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


3^x3J^ 


3.10 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


4 x4 


3.55 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


4^x43.2 


4.30 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


5 x5 


5.05 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


6J^x53^ 


7.70 


8.15 


8.15 


8.15 


8.15 


8.15 


8-15 


6 )^6 


9.50 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 



All packed one pair in a box, with screws. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 



No. 181 A. LIGHT BRONZE 



Sixe, Open 

Inches 


No. 180 F4 

Antique 
Brass 


180 SF2 

Antique 

Brass 

Sand Finish 


180 SF4 

Antique 

Brass 

Sand Finish 


180 H 

Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 


180 N 

Nickeled 


Pairs in a 
Case 


Average 
Weight of 
Full Case 

Pounds 


Net Weight 
per Pair 
without 
Screws 
or Boxes 
Pounds 


2Kx2)^ 


$2.40 


$2.40 


$2.40 


$2.40 


$2.40 


100 


65 


Vi 


3 x3 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


2.95 


100 


98 


i 


3Kx33^ 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


3.25 


100 


149 


IM 


4 x4 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


3.85 


100 


198 


IH 


4J^x4H 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


4.60 


100 


247 


H 


5 x5 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


5.35 


50 


163 


3 


5J^x5H 


8.15 


8.15 


8.15 


8.15 


8.15 


50 


213 


H 


6 x6 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


50 


255 


4M 



Description 


Size, Open, Inches 


Per Pair 
with Screws 


Net Weight per 

Pair without 
Screws or Boxes 


Polished, extra heavy 


6x6 

7x7 
8x8 


$23.00 
31.00 
37.00 


5 
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WROUGHT STEEL BALL-BEARING BUTTS 

WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS. HIGHLY POLISHED AND 

HEAVILY PLATED 

PATENTED 





Cutof B. B. 239; 4x4-mch 

These butts are fitted with non-rising pins, and they 
have the beveled joints and the same high standard of finish 
as the No. 239, described on page 34. The pins are pre- 
vented from rising in all sizes above 2}4 inches by little 
wings on the pin entering corresponding slots in the joints. 
They can be easily pulled out, but will not rise under the 
action of the door. This is a patented feature found only 
in Stanley Butts. By the use of these washers all friction 
in the joint is practically overcome, so that there can be 
no wearing down of the butt under the severest strain, no 
creaking of the door, and no need of oiling the butt, 
thereby disfiguring finishes and gathering dust. The door swings easily and noiselessly. The 
washers are so constructed that they cannot come apart, and the improved brass cap protects 
the balls from moisture and dust. The hardened tool steel balls are set in a case hardened 
raceway and each bearing will sustain a load of 1,000 lbs. without crushing. 

For list prices, see opposite page. 

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show construction 



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WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS 

For cut, see opposite page 

No. B. B. 239. HIGHLY POLISHED AND HEAVILY PLATED 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 



Size. Open 
Inches 



No, B. B. 239 A 

Light Bronze 



2y2x2y2 


$1.26 


3 x3 


1.37 


3}^x3>i 


1.52 


4 y,4 


1.67 


4Kx4J^ 


1.85 


5 x5 


2.04 


53^x5H 


2.40 


6 x6 


2.60 



B. B. 239 B 

Statuary Bronze 



$1.30 

1.41 
1.56 
1.71 

1.90 
2.08 
2.45 
2.63 



B. B. 239 SB 

Statuary Bronze 
Sand Finish 



$1.34 



B. B. 239 D2 

Antique Copper 



45 
60 
75 

93 
12 
50 
67. 



$1.30 
1.41 
1.56 
1.71 

1.90 
2.08 
2.45 
2.63 



B. B. 239 SD2 

Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 



$1.34 

1.45 
1.60 
1.75 

1.93 
2.12 
2.50 
2.67 



Size, Open 
Inches 



2Kx2K 

3 x3 
33^x3J^ 

4 x4 

4J^x4H 

5 x5 
53^x5*^ 

6 x6 



No. B. B. 239 F 

Dull Brass 



$1.30 
1.41 
1.56 
1.71 

1.90 
2.08 
2.45 
2.63 



B. B. 239 F2 B. B. 239 F4 



Antique Brass 

$1.30 
1.41 
1.56 
1.71 

1.90 
2.08 
2,45 
2.63 



Antique Brass 



$1.30 
1.41 



56 
71 

90 
08 
45 
63 



B. B. 239 SF2 

Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 



$1.34 
1.45 
1.60 
1.75 

1.93 
2.12 
2.50 
2.67 



B. B. 239 SF4 

Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 



$1.34 

1.45 
1.60 
1.75 

1.93 
2.12 
2.50 
2.67 



Size. Open 
Inches 



No. B. B. 239 G 

Bower Barff 



2Hx2y2 


$1.45 


3 x3 


1.56 


3J^x3Ji 


1.70 


4 x4 


2.04 


4^x43^ 


2.60 


5 x5 


3.00 


5Jix53^ 


3.56 


6 x6 


4.08 



B. B. 239 H B. B. 239 N 



$1.34 

1.48 
1.63 

1.78 

1.97 
2.15 
2.52 
2.70 



All packed one pair in a box, with screws. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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$1.40 
1.60 

1.75 
1.90 

2.07 

2.27 
2.63 
2.85 



Pairs in a 
Case 



100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
50 
50 
50 



Average Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 



65 
99 

145 
186 

240 
160 

188 
239 



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WROUGHT STEEL BALL-BEARING BUTTS 

WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS. POLISHED 

PATENTED 






Cut of washer taken apart to show 
construction 



Cut of B. B. Ul^, 4 X 4-inch 

These butts are fitted with the non-rising pins 
described on page 18. 

By the use of these washers all friction in the joint 
is practically overcome, so that there can be no wearing 
down of the butt under the severest strain, no creaking 
of the door and no need of oiling the butt, thereby dis- 
figuring finishes and gathering dust. The door swings 
easily and noiselessly. The washers are so constructed 
that they cannot come apart, and the improved brass cap 
protects the balls from moisture and dust. The hard- 
ened tool steel balls are set in a case-hardened raceway 
and each bearing will sustain a load of 1,000 lbs. without 
crushing. 



For list prices, see opposite page. 



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For cut, see opposite page 

No. B. B. 341>g. POLISHED 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 



Size, Open 


No.B.B.24l3^A 


B.B.241JgB 


B.B.241^SB 


B.B.241^D2 


B.B.241^SD2 


Inches 


Light Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 
Sand Finish 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


2y2x2y2 


$1.20 


$1.23 


$1.26 


$1.23 


$1.26 


3 x3 


1.26 


1.30 


1.34 


1.30 


1.34 


W2^y2 


1.30 


1.34 


1.37 


1.34 


1.37 


4 x4 


1.37 


1.41 


1.45 


1.41 


1.45 


43^x4>i 


1.52 


1.56 


1.60 


1.56 


1.60 


5 x5 


1.74 


1.78 


1.82 


1.78 


1.82 


5^x53^ 


2.12 


2.15 


2.19 


2.15 


2.19 


6 x6 


2.34 


2.38 


2.42 


2.38 


2.42 



Size, Open 


No.B.B.241^F 


B.B.241^F2 


B. B. 241^F4 


B.B.241J^SF2 


B,B.241^SF4 


Inches 


Dull Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


2J^x23^ 


$1.23 


$1.23 


$1.23 


$1.26 


$1.26 


3 x3 


1.30 


1.30 


1.30 


1.34 


1.34 


33^x3)^ 


1.34 


1.34 


1.34 


1.37 


1.37 


4 x4 


1.41 


1.41 


1.41 


1.45 


1.45 


4>^x4^ 


1.56 


1.56 


1.56 


1.60 


1.60 


5 x5 


1.78 


1.78 


1.78 


1.82 


1.82 


5^x5}^ 


2.15 


2.15 


2.15 


2,19 


2.19 


6 x6 


2.38 


2.38 


2.38 


2.42 


2.42 



Size, Open 


No. B. B. 241i^H 


B. B.241?gN 




Average Weight 


Inches 


Dead Black 
Electro -plate 


Nickeled 


Pairs in a Case 


Full Case ■ 
Pounds 


2y2x2y2 


$1.26 


$1.34 


100 


65 


3 x3 


1.37 


1.45 


100 


99 


3^x.33^ 


1,41 - 


1.48 


100 


145 


4 x4 


1.48 


1.56 


100 


186 


4^x4}^ 


1.63 


1.70 


100 


240 


5 x5 


1.86 


1.93 


50 


160 


53^x5}^ 


2.23 


2.30 


50 


188 


6 x6 


2.45 


2,52 


50 


239 



All packed one pair in a box, with screws. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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WROUGHT STEEL BALL-BEARING BUTTS 

WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS. PLANISHED 

PATENTED 




non-rising pins, 







Cut of washer taken apart to show 
construction 



Cut of B. B. 241, 4 X 4-inch 

These butts are fitted 
described on page 18. 

By the use of these washers all friction in the joint 
is practically overcome, so that there can be no wearing 
down of the butt under the severest strain, no creaking 
of the door and no need of oiling the butt, thereby dis- 
figuring finishes and gathering dust. The door swings 
easily and noiselessly. The washers are so constructed 
that they cannot come apart, and the improved brass 
cap protects the balls from moisture and dust. The 
hardened tool steel balls are set in a case-hardened race- 
way, and each bearing will sustain a load of 1,000 lbs. 
without crushing. 



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WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS 

For cut, see opposite page 

No. B. B. 241. PLANISHED 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 





No. B. B. 241 A 


B. B. 241 B 


B. B. 241 SB 


B. B. 241 D2 


B. B. 241 SD2 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Light Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 
Sand Finish 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


2J4x2H 


$0.97 


$1.00 


$1.04 


$0.97 


$1.00 


3 x3 


1.00 


1.04 


1.08 


1.00 


1.04 


3Mx3K 


1.05 


1.09 


1.12 


1.05 


1.09 


4 x4 


1.15 


1.19 


1.22 


1.15 


1.19 


4H'x4^ 


1.30 


1.34 


1.37 


1.30 


1.34 


5 x5 


1.49 


1.53 


1.56 


1.49 


1.63 


53^x53^ 


1.70 


1.74 


1.77 


1.70 


1.74 


6 x6 


1.90 


1.94 


1.97 


1.90 


1.94 



Size, Open 
Inches 


No. B. B. 241 F 


B. B. 241 F2 


B. B. 241 F4 


B. B. 241 SF2 


B. B. 241 SF4 


Dull Brasi 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


Antique Brass 
Sand FinUh 


23^x2K 


$0.97 


$0.97 


$0.97 


$1.04 


$1.04 


3 x3 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.08 


1.08 


3Hx3K 


1.05 


1.05 


1.05 


1.12 


1.12 


4 x4 


1.15 


1.15 


1.15 


1.22 


1.22 


43^x43^ 


1.30 


1.30 


1.30 


1.37 


1.37 


5 x5 


1.49 


1.49 


1.49 


1.56 


1.56 


5^x5H 


1.70 


1.70 


1.70 


1.77 


1.77 


6 x6 


1.90 


1.90 


1.90 


1,97 


1.97 



Size, Open 
Inches 


No. B. B. 241 G 

Bower Barff 


B. B. 241 H 

Dead Black 
Electro-plate 


B. B. 241 N 

Nickeled 


Pairs In a Case 


Average Weight 

of Full Caa« 

Pounds 


23^x2H 


$1.10 


$1.04 


$1.12 


100 


65 


3 x3 


1.30 


1.10 


1.20 


100 


99 


33^x3^ 


1.44 


1.14 


1.30 


100 


145 


4 x4 


1.60 


1.27 


1.40 


100 


186 


4J^x43^ 


2.00 


1.40 


1.52 


100 


240 


5 x5 


2.30 


1.60 


1.76 


60 


160 


5^x5^ 


3.10 


1.78 


1.90 


60 


188 


6 x6 


3.70 


2.00 


2.12 


60 


239 



All packed one pair in a box, with screws. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

These butts are also sherardized before plating, as described on page 10. To distinguish 
them from the regular plated finishes, the symbol Z is prefixed to the class number, thus: 
B. B. Z241 A, 3ix3i. 

We recommend this finish for hinges exposed to the weather or a damp atmosphere. 

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WITH NON-RISING LOOSE 
PINS AND BALL TIPS 

PATENTED 



HIGHLY POLISHED AND 
HEAVILY PLATED 




These butts are very heavy and 
are used for extra large and heavy 
doors. They have the same high 
standard of finish as the No. 239, 
described on page 18,^ and are 
equipped with the non-rising pins. 



Cut two-thirds size of 7"x7". All 
sizes six inches on the joint and over 
have washers as in illustration. In 
smaller sizes the washers are in the 
two center joints only. 



Cross-section, showing exact thick- 
ness of metal and size of joint and pin. 




For list prices, see opposite page. 



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WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS 

For cut, see opposite page 
No. 350. HIGHLY POLISHED AND HEAVILY PLATED 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 





No. 250 A 


250 B 


250 SB 


250 D2 


250 SD2 


250 F 


250 F2 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Light 
Bronze 


1 

statuary 
Bronze 


Statuary 

Bronze, Sand 

Finish 


Antique 
Copper 

$4.10 
4.35 
4.60 
4.90 


Antique 

Copper, Sand 

Finish 


Dull Brass 


Antique 
Brass 


3}ix3^ 

4 x4 

43^x4}^ 

5 x5 

• 


14.00 
4.25 
4.50 

4.80 


$4.10 
4.35 
4.60 
4.90 


$4.20 
4.45 
4.70 
5.00 


$4.20 
4.45 
4.70 
5.00 


$4.10 
4.35 
4.60 

4.90 


$4.10 
4.35 
4,60 
4.90 


6x4 
6x5 
6 X 6 
6x7 


5.20 
5.55 
5.95 
6.50 


5.30 
5.65 
6.10 
6.60 


5.40 
5.70 
6.20 
6.70 


5.30 
5.65 
6.10 
6.60 


5.40 
5.75 
6.20 
6.70 


5.30 
5.65 
6.10 
6.60 


5.30 
5.65 
6.60 
6.60 


6x8 
7x6 

7x7 
7x8 

1 


7.40 
8.00 
8.35 
9.10 


7.55 
8.10 
8.45 
9.22 


7.60 
8.25 
8.52 
9.35 


7.55 
8.10 

8.45 
9.22 


7.60 

8.25 
8.52 
9.35 


7.55 
8.10 

8.45 
9.22 


7.55 
8.10 
8.45 
9.22 


7 xlO i 
8x6 
8x8 

8 xlO 


10.00 
11.10 
12.05 
13.90 


10.12 
11.26 
12.15 
14.05 


10.23 
11.40 
12.30 
14.20 


10.12 
11.26 
12.15 
14.05 


10.23 
11.40 
12.30 
14.20 


10.12 
11.26 
12.15 
14.05 


10.12 
11.26 
12.15 
14.05 





No. 250 F4 


250 SF2 


250 SF4 


250 G 


' 250 H 


' 250 N 


250 Jl 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Antique 
Brass 


Antique 
Brass, Sand 
1 Finish 


Antique 

Brass, Sand 

Finish 


Bower Barft 


Dead Black 
Electro-plate 


Nickeled 


Japanned 
Dead Black 


W2 X 3M 

4 x4 
4>^x43^ 

5 x5 


14.10 

4.35 
4.60 
4.90 


$4.20 
4.45 
4.70 
5.00 


$4.20 
4.45 
4.70 
5.00 


$4.80 
5.05 
5.30 
5.60 


$4.20 
4.45 
4.70 
5.00 


$4.25 
4.50 
4.75 
5.05 


$3.40 
3.65 
3.90 
4.20 


6x4 
6x5 
6x6 
6x7 


5.30 
5.65 
6.10 
6.60 


5.40 
5.75 
6.20 
6.70 


5.40 
5.75 
6.20 
6.70 


6.00 
6.50 
6.85 
8.55 


5.40 
5.75 
6.20 
6.70 


5.45 
5.82 
6.25 
6.75 


4.60 
5.00 
5.40 
5.75 


6x8 
7x6 

7x7 
7x8 


7.55 

8.10 
8.45 
9.22 


7.60 
8.25 
8.52 
9.35 


7.60 
8.25 
8.52 
9.35 


10.20 
13.00 
13.90 

15.75 


7.60 
8.25 
8.52 
9.35 


7.67 
8.30 
8.60 
9.40 


6.52 
7.00 
7.40 
8.00 


7 xlO 
8x6 
8x8 

8 XlO 


10.12 
11.26 
12.15 
14.05 


10.23 
11.40 
12.30 
14.20 


10.23 
11.40 
12.30 
14.20 


16.50 
17.05 
18.50 
20.75 


10.23 
11.40 
12.30 
14.20 


10.30 
11.40 
12.30 
14.20 


8.52 

9.25 

10.20 

12.00 



One pair in a box, complete with screws. For other finishes, see page 11. " 

These butts are also sherardized before plating as described on page 10. To distinguish 
7oS^ /T a ^fP^^^ Pl^^^^ finishes, the symbol Z is prefixed to the class number, thus: 
Z Z5U A, b X 6. We recommend this finish for hinges exposed to the weather or a damn atmos- 
phere. ^ 

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WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY BALL-BEARING BUTTS 

EQUIPPED WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS WITHOUT 
SCREW HOLES— PATENTED 




Cut of 7 X 7- inch. About two- thirds 
size. For cut showing cross-section, see 
page 24. 

No. 85i. PLAIN STEEL 



Size, Open, In 


Per Pair! 


Size, Open, In. 


Per Pair 


6x4 


S4.00 


7x 7 


$7.00 


6x5 


4.50 


7x 8 


7.50 


6x6 


5.00 


7x10 


8.00 


6x7 


5.50 


8x 6 


8.50 


6x8 


6.00 


8x 8 


9.80 


7x6 


6.50 


8x10 


11.00 



These butts are designed for heavy 
iron work and are in plain steel, with- 
out screw holes. They have four 
ball-bearing washers and will not 
wear down under any weight. They 
can be cut down in width to suit 
special requirements. 
These butts are fitted with the non-rising pins 
described on page 18. The washers are so con- 
structed that they cannot come apart and the 
improved brass cap protects the balls from 
moisture and dust. The hardened tool steel balls 
are set in a case-hardened raceway, and each bearing 
will sustain a load of 1,000 lbs. without crushing. 



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PAUMELLES 

WROUGHT STEEL 
EQUIPPED WITH BALL BEARING WASHERS 




No. 5345 

. * ''Paumelles'^ is French for Hinge, and this design of butts, 
unlike most other types of modern builders hardware, originated 
abroad. 



The long leaves are mortised 
into the jamb, and are made 
narrow for a light, or French 
door. 

Because of the artistic effect of the 
barrel, and the steeple tip, this type of 
butt is being used on doors of stock 
thickness. The gauge of the metal 
and the strength of the butt are such 



that it is just as serviceable as the 
standard type of butts. 

No. 5345 has a long throw. It is 
made in two sizes, 7V2 x sVz and 
yVl X 41/2. The dimensions are 
measured over all, first the length of 
the butt leaf and then the extreme 
width of the open paumelles. 

* Prouoiuiced "Pum-eU". 



Size, Inches 



IV2 X 31/2 

IV2 X 4y2 



Size of Screw 



m X u 

11/4 X 11 



Weight per Pair, Pounds 



2% 



f 



Finished in all Standard Stanley Finishes, as listed on page 11. 
Packed one pair in a box with screws. 
Prices on application. 

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WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY BALL-BEARING BUTTS 

WITH NON-RISING LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS. HIGHLY POLISHED 

AND HEAVILY PLATED 

PATENTED 




© 




ai 






No. 253 A. POLISHED AND BRONZED 

These butts are designed for extraordinary cases where a very strong and heavy butt is 
required. They have four ball-bearings in the joint and will not wear down under any possible 
weight. They can be had in the same sizes as No. 851 on the opposite page, and in any of the 
popular finishes. They are equipped with the non-rising pins described on page 18. The wash- 
ers are so constructed that they cannot come apart, and the improved solid brass cap protects 
the balls from moisture and dust. The hardened tool steel balls are set in a case-hardened 
raceway. 

Prices on application, 

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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN BUTTS 

ANTI-FRICTION WASHERS 
BALL TIPS. NON-RISING LOOSE PINS 




Cut of 4 X 4-inch 
Actual size 



No. 141ig. POLISHED AND PLATED 
No. 141. PLANISHED AND PLATED 

These butts are fitted with composition metal washers and are made to correspond with 
competing line. They are much inferior to butts with ball-bearing washers, and we do not 
recommend them for doors where they will undergo any severe test for wearing qualities. 
Made regularly in sizes from 3 x 3-inch to 53^ x 53^-inch inclusive. Any desired finish. 

Prices on application, 

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WROUGHT STEEL BALL-BEARING ORNAMENTAL HALF 
SURFACE DOOR BUTTS 

WITH K-INGH OFFSET 
BEVELED EDGE 



These butts are reversible, and can be made 
either right or left hand by simply unscrewing 
the ball tip, reversing the pin and washers and 
screwing the tip in the opposite end. One tip is 
slotted to enable it to be taken out easily with a 
screwdriver. This gives access to the pin. 

Time and labor are saved in hanging doors 
with these hinges, as the casement only is mor- 
tised, the door put in place and the ornamental 
leaf screwed to the surface of door. Made in 2)4 
3, 3% 4, 4y2 and 5 inch. 

23^-inch, three pairs in a box, and 102 pairs 
in a case; larger sizes, one pair in a box, 100 pairs 
in a case, with oval head screws for surface half 
of butt, flat head for the other. 

The advantage of oval head screws over round 
head is apparent as the extra purchase obtained 
by the oval head in the countersink insures a 
rigid holding of the butt in place. 

The dignity and simplicity of this design have 
made this butt popular with owners, while build- 
ers save time and labor by using them. 

The butts and necessary screws are wrapped 
separately in strong anti-tarnish tissue to protect 
the finish. 

By the use of these washers all friction in the 
joint is practically overcome, so that there can be 
no wearing 'down of the butt under the severest 
strain, no creaking of the door, and no need of 
oiling the butt, thereby disfiguring finishes and 
gathering dust. The door swings easily and 
noiselessly. The washers are so constructed 
that they cannot come apart, and the improved 
brass cap protects the balls from moisture and 
dust. 

The hardened tool steel balls are set in a case 
hardened raceway, and each bearing will sustain 
a load of 1,000 lbs. without crushing. 




Cut of B. B, 165 




Cut of washer taken apart to show 
construction 



Prices on application. 



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WROUGHT STEEL FULL SURFACE TEMPLATE BUTTS 

WITH OFFSET 

FOR METAL DOORS 




Cut of BB 170, 43^-inch. Three-fourths size 

No. BB 170, Highly Polished and Heavily Plated, with Ball Bearings 
No. BB 171, Planished and Plated, with Ball Bearings 

The holes of these Butts are drilled to template so that they will exactly 
match the holes in the metal doors. Templates to use in drilling the holes 
in the doors are furnished on orders when required. 

These butts have beveled joints and non-rising pins. 

The surface leaf has a beveled edge, giving the butt a neat finished 
appearance. 

The bottom ball tip is slotted so that it can be unscrewed and the pin 
and washers reversed. This permits the butt to be used on either right or left 
hand doors. 

Made in 4^^ and 5-inch sizes and any finish required. 

Packed one pair in a box with 3^ x 12-24 machine screws for the narrow 
leaf, and 2j^-inch bolts with washers and hexagon nuts for the door leaf. 

Prices on application. 



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WROUGHT STEEL HALF SURFACE TEMPLATE BUTTS 

WITH OFFSET FOR METAL DOORS. BALL-BEARING 





Cut of BB 173, 5-inch, % actual size 



Cut of washer taken apart to show 
construction 

By the use of these washers all friction in 
the joint is practically overcome, so that there 
can be no wearing down of the butt under the 
severest strain, no creaking of the door, and 
no need of oiling the butt,»thereby disfiguring 
finishes and gathering dust. The door swings 
easily and noiselessly. The washers are so 
constructed that they cannot come apart, and 
the improved brass cap protects the balls 
from moisture and dust. 

The hardened tool steel balls are set in a 
case-hardened raceway, and each bearing will 
sustain a load of 1,000 lbs. without crushing. 



No. BB 173, Highly Polished and Heavily 
Plated, with Ball Bearings. 

No. BB 173, Planished and Plated, with 
Bali-Bearings. 

The holes of these butts are drilled 
to template so that they will exactly 
match the holes in the metal doors. 
Templates to use in drilling the holes 
in, the doors are furnished on orders 
when required. 

These butts have beveled joints 
and non-rising pins, 
edge, giving the butt a neat, finished 



The surface leaf has a beveled 
appearance. 

The bottom ball tip is slotted so that it can be unscrewed and the pin 
and washers reversed. This permits the butt to be used on either right or left 
hand doors. 

Made in 4}^ and 5-inch sizes and any finish required. 

Packed one pair in a box with 3^ x 12-24 machine screws for the jamb 
leaf and 23^-inch bolts with washers and hexagon nuts for the door leaf. 

Prices on application. 

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WROUGHT STEEL MORTISE TEMPLATE BUTTS 

FOR METAL DOORS 



With Non- Rising Loose Pins and 
Ball Tips 



Cut of 4 X 4-inch, with Ball 
Bearings. (Actual size) 




No. 174, Highly Polished and Heavily 
Plated, without Ball Bearings. 

No. BB 174, Highly Polished and 
Heavily Plated, with Ball Bearings. 

No. 179, Planished and Plated, without 
Ball Bearings. 



No. BB 179, Planished and Plated, 

with Ball Bearings. 
No. 856, Plain Steel, without Ball 

Bearings. 
No. BB 856, Plain Steel, with Ball 

Bearings. 



Size 



21^x23^ ; 

3 x3 ,3J^x3J^ 

4 x4 .43^x43^,5x3.5x4,5x5 
53^x53^, and 6x5 



Size of Machine Screws 



Hx 8-32 
}i X 10-24 
1^ x 12-24 
H X 14-24 



Can be furnished in any desired finish. 

The holes of these butts are drilled to template so that they will exactly 
match ^the holes in the metal doors. Templates for use in drilling the holes 
in theSoors are furnished on orders when required. The joints are beveled 
and fit perfectly. ^ No. 174 and No. 179 butts are equipped with annular 
grooved pin described on page 34. 

Packed one pair in a box with machine screws. Prices on application. 

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SURFACE TEMPLATE 

BUTTS 

WITH OFFSET FOR METAL DOORS 

No. 172, Highly Polished and Heavily 
Plated. 

No. 173, Planished and Plated 

These butts have beveled edges and 
slotted ball tip to permit reversing, for use 
on either right or left hand doors They 
are made with beveled joints, and non- 
rising pins, with annular grooves as de- 
scribed on page 34. The holes are drilled 
to template so that they will match the 
holes of the metal doors. Templates for 
use in drilling the doors are furnished 
when required. 

Made in 43^ and 5-inch sizes and any 
desired finish. 

Packed one pair in a box with 23^-inch 
round head bolts, washers, and hexagon 
nuts for the surface leaf, and 3^ x 12-24 
machine screws for the other leaf. 

Prices on application. 

WROUGHT STEEL FAST 

JOINT TEMPLATE 

BUTTS 

FOR METAL DOORS, WINDOWS OR 
TRANSOMS 



Cut of No. 172, 5 inches 
% actual size 

No. 17C, Highly Polished and Heavily 

Plated. 
No. 178, Planished and Plated 



Size, Inches 



2^x23^ 
3 x23^ 

3 x3 

33^x3H 

4 x4 



Size of Machine 
Screws 



3^x 8-32 
3^ X 10-24 
y2 X 10-24 
3^ X 10-24 
H X 12-24 



Holes are drilled to template. 
Template furnished on request. Made 
in any desired finish. 

Packed one-half dozen pairs in a 
box, with machine screws. Prices on 
application. 




Cut of No. 176, 3x3. Three-fourths size 



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WITH BALL TIPS AND ANNULAR 
GROOVED NON-RISING PINS. 
POLISHED— SELF-LUBRICATING 

For list prices, see opposite page 




Cut of No. 339, 4 X 4-inch 

, These^butts are highly polished and very heavily plated and our standard for quality and 
workmanship. They far surpass any other steel butt made. The inner edges of the leaves are 
beveled, makmg a perfect jomt. The 33^-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; the 
smaller sizes, three. The pms are prevented from rising in all sizes above 2}^-inch by the little 
wmgs on the pin entering corresponding slots in the joint. They can be easily pulled out, but 
will not rise under the action of the door. This is a patented feature found only in the Stanley 
Butt. They are stamped with the No, 239 in addition to our trade-mark. The non-rising pins 
have an annular groove cut at each intersection of the joint and these grooves hold the lubricant. 
Ihis teature insures silent action and serves to minimize wear at the joints. This is also a 
patented feature found only in Stanley Butts. 

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WITH BALL TIPS AND ANNULAR GROOVED NON-RISING PINS 
SELF-LUBRICATING 

For description, see opposite page 

No. 239. HIGHLY POLISHED AND HEAVILY PLATED 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 



Size, Open 


No. 239 A 


239 B 


239 SB 


- 239 D2 


239 SD2 


Inches 


Light Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 
Sane} Finish 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


2 x2 


$0.63 


$0.67 


$0.71 


$0.67 


$0.71 


23^x2 


.68 


.72 


.76 


.72 


.76 


2>^x2^ 


.70 


.74 


.78 


.74 


.78 


3 x23^ 


.80 


.84 


.88 


.84 


.88 


3 x3 


.82 


.86 


.89 


.86 


.89 


33^ x^ 


.94 


.98 


1.02 


.98 


1.02 


3^x3H 


.96 


1.00 


1.04 


1.00 


1.04 


4 x4 


1.12 


1.15 


1.19 


1.15 


1.19 


4^x41^ 


1.30 


1.34 


1.38 


1.34 


1.38 


5 x6 


1.50 


1.52 


1.56 


1.52 


1.56 


BHxbH 


1.85 


1.89 


1.93 


1.89 


1.93 


6 x6 


2.04 


2.08 


2.12 


2.08 


2.12 



Size, Open 


No. 239 F 


239 F2 


239 F4 


239 SF2 


239 SF4 


Inches 


Dull Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


2 x2 

2Kx2 
2>^x23^ 

3 x2K 


$0.67 

.72 
.74 
.84 


$0.67 
.72 
.74 
.84 


$0.67 

.72 
.74 
.84 


$0.71 
.76 

.78 
.88 


$0.71 
.76 

.78 
.88 


3 x3 

33^x3 
33^x3}^ 

4 x4 


. .86 

.98 

1.00 

1.15 


.86 

.98 

1.00 

1.15 


.86 

.98 

1.00 

1.15 


.89 
1.02 
1.04 
1.19 


.89 
1.02 
1.04 
1.19 


43^x4H 

5 x5 
53^x53^ 

6 x6 


1.34 

1.52 
1.89 
2.08 


1.34 
1.52 
1.89 
2.08 


1.34 

1.52 
1.89 
2.08 


1.38 
1.56 
1.93 
2.12 


1,38 
1.56 
1.93 
2.12 



Size, Open 
Inches 


No. 239 G 

Bower Barflf 


239 H 

Dead Black 
Electro-plate 


239 N 

Nickeled 


Pairs In a Case 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 
Pounds 


2 x2 

2Jix2 

21/2x21/2 

3 x2J^ 


$0.82 

.90 

.93 

1.05 


$0.71 
.76 

.78 
.88 


$0.78 
.83 
.85 
.95 


102 
102 
102 
100 


40 
60 
66 

88 


3 x3 

3J^x3 
33^x33^ 

4 x4 


1.08 
1.30 
1.34 
1.52 


.92 
1,05 
1.07 
1.23 


1.00 
1.12 
1.15 
1.30 


100 
100 
100 
100 


99 
132 
145 
186 


4^x43^ 

5 x5 

5/2X5/2 

6 x6 


2.00 

2.40 

3,04 

' 3.63 


1.40 
1.60 
1.97 
2.15 


1.50 
1.67 
2.04 
2.22 


100 
50 
50 
50 


240 
160 

188 
239 



23^ X 23^-inch and smaller, three pairs in a box; larger sizes, one pair, complete with screws. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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WITH BALL TIPS. POLISHED 




Cut of No. UIH, 4 X 4-inch 

These butts, while not as finely made as the No. 239, described on page 34, are superior to 
any other make on the market. They are highly finished and plated. The 33^-inch and larger 
have five knuckles in the joint; smaller sizes, three. 

For list prices, see opposite page. 



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WITH BALL TIPS 

For cut, see opposite page 

No. Zlt^, POLISH£D 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 



Size, Open 


No. 241% A 


241% B 


241% SB 


241% D2 


241% SD2 


Inches 


Light Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 
Sand Finish 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


2 x2 

2^x2^ 

3 x3 


$0.56 
.63 
.71 


$0.60 
.67 
.74 


$0. 63 
.71 

.78 


$0.60 
.67 

.74 


$0.63 
.71 

.78 


33^x3^ 
4 x4 
43^x4^ 


.74 

.82 

1.07 


.78 

.86 

1.10 


.82 

.90 

1.14 


.78 

.86 

1.10 


.82 

.90 

1.14 


5 x5 j 

5^x53^ 

6 x6 

1 


1.27 
1.67 
1.94 


1.30 
1.70 
1.97 

1 


1.34 
1.74 
2.00 


1.30 
1.70 
1.97 


1.34 
1.74 
2.00 



Size, Open 
Inches 


No. 241% F 

Dull Brass 


241% F2 

Antique Brass 


241% F4 

Antique Brass 


241% SF2 

Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


241% SF4 

Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


2 x2 

23^x23^ 

3 x3 

33^x33^ 

4 x4 

43^x43^ 

5 x5 

53^x5^ 

6 x6 


$0.60 
.67 

.74 

.78 

.86 

1.10 

1.30 
1.70 

1.97 


$0.60 
.67 
.74 

.78 

.86 

1.10 

1.30 
1.70 

1.97 


$0.60 
.67 

.74 

.78 

.86 

1.10 

1.30 
1.70 
1.97 


$0.63 
.71 

.78 

.82 

.90 

1.14 

1.34 
1.74 
2.00 


$0.63 
.71 

.78 

.82 

,90 

1.14 

1.34 
1.74 
2.00 



No. 241% H 

Size. Open 
Inches Dead Black 
Electro -plate 


241% N 

Nickeled 


Pairs in a Case 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 


2 x2 

2J^x23^ 

3 x3 

33^x3Ji 

4 x4 

4^x4>^ 

5 x5 

53^x5>^ 

6 x6 


$0.63 
.71 
.82 

.86 

.95 

1.17 

1.37 
1.77 
2.04 


$0.67 
.75 
.89 

.93 
1.00 
1.25 

1.50 
1.90 
2.17 


102 
102 

100 

100 
100 
100 

50 
50 
50 


40 
66 
99 

145 
186 
240 

160 
188 
239 



2 x 2-inch and 2J^ x 23^-inch, three pairs in a box; larger sizes, one pair, complete with 
screws. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

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WITH BALL TIPS. PLANISHED 










Cut of No. 241, 4 X 4-inch 

These butts, while not so highly finished as the Nos. 239 and 241 J^, described on the pre- 
ceding pages, compare favorably with any other plated butt on the market. The 3H-inch 
and larger have five knuckles in the joint: the smaller sizes, three. 

For list prices, see opposite page. 



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For cut, see opposite page 

No. :?41, PLANISHED 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 





No. 241 A 


241 B 


241 SB 


241 D2 


241 SD2 


Size, Open 












Inches 


Light Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 


Statuary Bronze 
Sand Finish 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


2 x2 


$0.34 


SO. 37 


$0.40 


$0.34 


$0,37 


2J^x2>i 


.35 


.38 


.42 


.35 


.38 


3 x3 


.38 


.42 


.45 


.38 


.42 


3^x3}^ 


.40 


.44 


.47 


.40 


.44 


4 x4 


.47 


.50 


.54 


.47 


.50 


4j^x4H 


.74 


.77 


.80 


.74 


.77 


5 x5 


.94 


.97 


1.00 


,94 


.97 


5>^x53^ 


1.17 


1.20 


1.24 


1.17 


1.20 


6 x6 


1.40 


1.43 


1.47 


1.40 


1.43 





No. 241 F 


241 F2 


241 F4 


241 SF2 


241 SF4 


Size, Open 












Inches 


Dull Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


2 x2 


$0.34 


$0.34 


$0.34 


$0.40 


$0.40 


2J^x2H 


.35 


.35 


,35 


.42 


.42 


3 x3 


.38 


.38 


,38 


.45 


.45 


33^x33^ 


.40 


.40 


.40 


.47 


.47 


4 x4 


.47 


.47 


.47 


.54 


.54 


43^x43^ 


.74 


.74 


.74 


.80 


.80 


5 x5 


.94 


.94 


.94 


1.00 


1.00 


53^x5^ 


1.17 


1.17 


1.17 


1.24 


1.24 


6 x6 


1.40 


1.40 


1.40 


1.47 


1.47 





No. 241 G 


241 H 


241 N 






Size, Open 




Dead Black 
Electro-plate 






Average Weight 


Inches 


Bower Barff 


Nickeled 


Pairs in a Case 


of Full Case 
Pounds 


2 x2 


$0.58 


$0.43 


10.47 


102 


40 


2}^x23^ 


.75 


.45 


.50 


102 


66 


3 x3 


1.00 


.48 


.55 


100 


99 


33^x3>^ 


1.12 


.50 


.57 


100 


145 


4 x4 


1.30 


.57 


.64 


100 


186 


4J^x4J^ 


1.70 


.84 


.92 


100 


240 


5 x5 


2.05 


1.04 


1.14 


50 


160 


53^x5H 


2.65 


1.27 


1.40 


50 


188 


6 x6 


3.55 


1.50 


1.65 


50 


239 



2 X 2- inch and 23^^ x 2>^-inch, three pairs in a box; larger sizes, one pair, complete with 
screws. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

These butts are also sherardized before plating as described on page 10. To distinguish 
them from the regular plated finishes, the symbol Z is prefixed to the class number, thus: 
Z 241 A,-3ix3i. 

We recommend this finish for hinges exposed to the weather or a damp atmosphere. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN BUTTS 

WITH BALL TIPS 




Cut of No* 733, Z^A X 33^-inch. Actual size. 



The 33^-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; the smaller sizes, three. 
P"or list prices, see opposite page. 



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No. 823 


SC 823 


731 










Size, Open 
Inches 


Bright Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Bright Steel 

with Screws 

Per Pair 


Japanned 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Screw 

Holes in 

Each Butt 


Size of 

Screw 

Number 


Dozen 

1 Pairs in 

a Case 

1 


Average 
1 Weight of 
1 Full Case 

Pounds 


2 x2 


$1.30 


$0.17 


$1.70 


4 


7 


25 


100 


2J^x2 


1.50 


.18 


1.90 


6 


8 


25 


135 


2^x2K 


1.60 


.19 


2.00 


6 


8 


25 


150 


3 x2H 


1.80 


.20 


2.10 


6 


9 


25 


192 


3 x3 


1.85 


.21 


2.15 


6 


9 


20 


180 


33^x3 


2.15 


.22 


2.25 


6 


10 


20 


234 


3^x3^ 


2.25 


.23 


2.40 


6 


10 


15 


200 


4 x3M 


2.55 


.25 


2.75 


8 


10 


15 


240 


4 x4 


2.75 


.29 


2.90 


8 


10 


12 


212 


43^x4 


3.20 


.33 


3.75 


8 


11 


12 


266 


43^x4K 


3.35 


.37 


4.00 


8 


11 


10 


230 


5 x5 


4.50 


.49 


5.50 


8 


12 


.6 


218 


5Mx5J^ 


6.00 


,67 


7.60 


8 


13 


6 


240 


6 x6 


7.00 


.82 


9.20 


8 


13 


6 


318 





No. 731^ 


733 


Z733* 


823 Z* 


1345 






Size, Open 
Inches 


Japanned 

with Screws 

Per Pair 


Japanned 
Dead Black 

Per Pair 
with Screws 


Stanley 

Sherardized 

and 

Japanned 

Dead Black 

Per Pair 
with Screws 


Stanley 
Sherardized 

Per Pair 
with Screws 


Galvanized 
with Brass 

Pins 

Galvanized 

Steel Tips, 

Per Pair 

with Screws 


Pairs 

in a Case 


Average 
Weight of 
Full Case 

Pounds 


2 x2 


$0.19 


$0.22 


$0.35 


$0.22 


$0.35 


102 


40 


2^x23^ 


.22 


.25 


.43 • 


.25 


.40 


102 


62 


3 x3 


.23 


.26 


.53 


.26 


.50 


100 


90 


3>^x3i^ 


.25 


.27 


.60 


.27 


.65 


100 


128 


4 x4 


.31 


.34 


.80 


.34 


.80 


100 


172 


W2XW2 


.42 


.47 


1.00 


.47 


1.05 


100 


235 


5 x5 


.60 


.64 


1.35 


.64 


1.40 


50 


160 


5^x53^ 


.82 


.86 


1.90 


.86 


1.75 


60 


188 


6 x6 


1.00 


1.06 


2.25 


1.06 


2.10 


50 


239 



Nos. 823 and 731, 4 x 4-inch and smaller, one- half dozen pairs in a box; larger sizes one- 
quarter dozen. 

Nos. 7313^, 733, Z733, SC823, 8232, and 1345, 2 x 2-inch and 2i^x2H-inch, three pairs 
in a box, with screws; larger sizes, one pair. 

* See description of Stanley Sherardized finish, page 10. 

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WITH BALL TIPS AND ANNULAR GROOVED NON-RISING PINS 
HIGHLY POLISHED AND HEAVILY PLATED. SELF-LUBRICATING 







® 





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page 



Cut of No. M9, 8 X 8-inch. About two-thirds size 

These butts are made in the same manner as the No. 239, described on page 34. 

For cross- section showing exact thickness of metal, see page 24. For prices, see opposite 

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WITH BALL TIPS AND ANNULAR GROOVED NON-RISING PINS 

For cut, see opposite page. 

No. U% HIGHLY POLISHED AND HEAVILY PLATED 
SELF-LUBRICATING 

Prices are per pair, and include plated screws to match 



Size, Open 


Inches 


3Hx 33^ 


4 


x 4 


4h 


ix 4^ 


5 


X 5 


6 


X 4 


6 


X 5 


6 


X 6 


6 


X 7 


6 


X 8 


7 


X 6 


7 


X 7 


7 


X 8 


7 


xlO 


8 


X 6 


8 


X 8 


8 


xlO 



No. 249 F4 



Antique 
Brasa 



$3.10 
3.35 
3.60 
3.90 

4.35 
4.70 
5.10 
5.65 

6.60 
7.12 
7.52 
8.26 

9.12 
10.30 
11.25 
13.16 



349 SF2 

Antique 

Brasa 

Sand Finish 



$3.20 

3.45 
3.70 
4.00 

4.45 
4.80 
6.20 
5.75 

6.70 
7.25 
7.65 
8.40 

9.25 
10.45 
11.40 
13.30 



249 SF4 

Antique 

Brass 

Sand Finish 



$3.20 
3.45 
3.70 
4.00 

4.45 
4.80 
5.20 
6.75 

6.70 

7.25 
7.65 
8.40 

9.25 
10.45 
11.40 
13.30 



249 G 

Bower Barff 



$4.35 
4.60 
4.85 
5.15 

5.60 
5.75 
5.95 
7.60 

9.30 
12.05 
13.00 
14.80 

15.60 
16.10 
17.60 
19.80 



249 H 

Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 



$3.20 
3.45 
3.70 
4.00 

4.45 
4.80 
5.20 
5.75 

6.70 
7.25 
7.65 
8.40 

9.25 
10.45 
11.40 
13.30 



249 N 

Nickeled 



$3.25 
3.50 
3.75 
4.05 

4.50 
4.85 
5.25 
5.80 

6.75 
7.30 
7.70 
8.50 

9.30 
10.45 
11.40 
13.30 



- 


No. 249A 


249 B 


249 SB 


249 D2 


249 SD2 


249 F 


249 F2 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Light Bronze 


statuary 
Bronze 


statuary 

Bronze 

Sand Finish 


Antique 
Copper 


Antique 

Copper 

Sand Finish 


Dull Brass 


Antique 
Brass 


3}^x-3K 
4x4 
43^ X 4M 
5x5 


$3.00 
3.25 
3.50 
3.80 


$3.10 
3.35 
3.60 
3.90 


$3.20 
3.45 
3.70 
4.00 


$3.10 
3.35 

3.60 
3.90 


$3.20 
3.45 
3.70 
4.00 


$3.10 
3.35 
3.60 
3.90 


$3.10 
3.35 
3.60 
3.90 


6x4 
6x5 
6x6 
6x7 


4.25 
4.60 
5.00 
5.55 


4.35 

4.70 
5.10 
5.65 


4.45 
4.80 
5.20 
5.75 


4.35 
4.70 
5.10 
5.65 


4.46 
4.80 
5.20 
5.76 


4.35 
4.70 
5.10 
5.65 


4.35 
4.70 
5.10 
5.65 


6x8 
7x6 

7x7 
7x8 


6.50 
7.05 
7.40 
8.15 


6.60 
7.12 
7.52 
8.26 


6.70 
7.25 
7.65 
8.40 


6.60 
7.12 
7.52 
8.26 


6.70 
7.25 
7.65 
8.40 


6.60 
7.12 

7.52 
8.26 


6.60 
7.12 
7.52 
8.26 


7 XlO 
8x6 
8x8 

8 xlO 


9.00 
10.20 
11.10 
13.00 


9.12 
10.30 
11.25 
13.15 


9.25 
10.45 
11.40 
13.30 


9.12 
10.30 
11.25 
13.15 


9.25 
10.45 
11.40 
13.30 


9.12 
10.30 
11.25 
13.15 


9.12 
10.30 
11.25 
13.15 



249 Jl 



Japanned 

Dead Black 



$2.45 
2.70 
2.96 
3.25 

3.70 
4.10 
4.45 
4.80 

5.55 
6-10 
6.60 
7.05 

7.60 

8.30 

9.25 

11.10 



One pair in a box, complete with screws. For other finishes, see page 11. 

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No. 16©. PLANISHED 



Size, Length of 
Joint, Inches 


Na 160 A 

Light Bronze 


160 D2 

Antique Copper 


160 SD2 

Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


160 F 

Dull Brass 


160 F2 

Antique Brass 


2 
3 

4 


$0.35 
.40 
.48 
.54 
.67 
.89 


$0.35 
.40 
.48 
.54 
.67 
.89 


$0.38 
.43 
.51 
.57 
.70 
.92 


$0.35 
.40 
.48 
.54 
.67 
.89 


$0.35 
.40 
.48 
.54 
.67 
.89 



No. 165. PLANISHED 



Size, Length of 
Jomt, Inches 


No. 165 A 

Light Bronze 


165 D2 

Antique Copper 


165 SD2 

Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


2 

3 

33^ 
4 

4H 
5 


$0.42 
.48 
.63 
.69 
.80 
1.04 
1.40 


$0.42 
.48 
.63 
.69 
.80 
1.04 
1.40 


$0.45 
.51 
.66 
.72 
.83 
1.07 
1.43 



Size, Length of 


No. 160 SF2 


160 H 


160 N 


160 Jl 


160 J 


Joint, Inches 


Antique Brass 


Dead Black 




Japanned 
Dead Black 






Sand Finish 


Electro -plate 

$0.40 
.46 


Nickeled 


Japanned 


2 

2M 


$0.40 

.46 


$0.46 
.51 


$0.30 
.35 


$0.27 
32 


3 


.54 


.57 


.62 


.38 


.35 


33^ 


.59 


.62 


.70 


.43 ^ 


40 


4 


.73 


.76 


.83 


.61 


48 


4J^ 


.94 


.97 


1.05 


.75 


'.72 



165 F 


165 F2 


Dull Brass 


Antique Brass 


$0.42 
.48 
.63 


$0.42 
.48 
.63 


.69 

.80 

1.04 

1.40 


.69 

.80 

1.04 

1.40 

* 



Size, Length of 


No. 165 SF2 


165 H 


165 N 


165 Jl 


165 J 


Joint, Inches 


Antique Brass 


Dead Black 




Japanned 
Dead Black 






Sand Finish 


Electro -plate 


Nickeled 


Japanned 


2 


$0.48 
.54 


$0.48 
.54 


$0.54 
.60 


$0.36 
.42 


$0.33 
39 


3 


.69 


.72 


.78 


.51 


.48 


3H 


.75 


.78 


.86 


.57 


.54 


4 
4H 


.86 
1.10 


.89 
1.13 


.98 

1.22 


.66 
.89 


.63 
.87 


5 


1.50 


1.53 


1.62 


1,25 


1.20 



No. 160 and 165 butts are also sherardized before plating as described on page 10. To 
distinguish this finish from the regular plated butts the symbol Z is prefixed to the class 
number thus: Z 160 A, 3 inch. We guaranty that Stanley Sherardized goods will stand a 
more severe test than the U. S. Government requires for its galvanized work. 

These butts are packed with oval head screws, as round head screws will not hold butts 
firmly in place. 

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RAISED PANEL HALF SURFACE BUTT 

WROUGHT STEEL 

No. 162— The raised 
panel design of this new 
STANLEY Butt matches 
the popular Colonial Patterns 
in lock sets and escutcheons. 
Strong, simple, dignified, 
this design is in pleasing 
harmony with the best of 
modern taste in architecture 
and builders' hardware. 

The lights and shadows 
on the surface of the panel 
give it the appearance of 
being finished in two differ- 
ent shades or tones. This 
is the same *' two-tone " 
effect which is produced on 
the latest builders ' hardware . 

All the advantages gained 
by the use of other STANI.EY 
Half Surface Butts apply to 
No. 162. With it a door is hung 
easily and quickly. The under 
tip is slotted so that the pin may 
be quickly reversed. 

No. 162 is stocked in all the standard STANLEY finishes (see page 11), 
and in the three best selling butt sizes, 3y 3}4 and 4 inches. 

It is packed with oval head screws for the surface leaf; one pair in 
a STANLEY box; 100 pairs in a case. 




Size, inclies 


3 


3y2 


4 






Gross weight of case, pounds .... 


101 


169 


216 


Size of screws 


1x8 


1x9 


1 X 10 







For net prices, see price sheet 



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WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMEN- 
TAL HALF SURFACE DOOR 
BUTTS 

Cutsof 33^-inch 

These hinges are reversible, 
and can be made either right 
or left hand by simply un- 
screwing the ball tip, revers- 
ing the pin and screwing the 
tip in the opposite end. One 
tip is slotted to enable it to 
be taken out easily^ with a 
screwdriver. This gives ac- 
cess to the pin. 

Time and labor are saved 
in hanging doors with these 
hinges, as the casement only 
is mortised, the door put in 
place and the ornamental leaf 
screwed to the surface of door. 

2 and 2 3^- inch, three pairs 
in a box and 102 pairs in a 
case; larger sizes, one pair in 
a box, 100 pairs in a. case, 
with oval head screws for sur- 
face half of butt, flat head for 
the other. 



No. 160 

No. 165. BEVELED EDGE 

The dignity and simplicity of this design have 
made this butt popular with owners, while build- 
ers save time and labor by the use of it. 

The advantage of oval head screws over round 
head is apparent as the extra purchase obtained 
by the oval head in the countersink insures a 
rigid holding of the butt in place. As round head 
wood screws are not countersunk, and as the 
wire of the screws does not fill the holes, round 
head wood screws will not hold butts firmly in 
place. 

We also furnish these butts sherardized before 
plating the number for which would be Z160A, 
33^ inch or Z165D2, 3 inch. For description of 
sherardized finish see page 10, 



Prices on opposite page. 



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No. 165 



THE 



STANLEY 



WORK 




WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL 
FULL SURFACE DOOR BUTTS 

WITH 
BEVELED EDGE AND LOOSE PINS 



Size. 




Pain 


Length of Joint, 


Width, Inch« 


in a 


Inches 




Case 


iM 


IH 


102 


2 


Vk 


102 


2J^ 


102 


3 


3 


100 


3Ji 


3M 


100 


4 


4 


100 



The IK-inch is made with oval head loose 
pins. All other sizes have ball tips. 



Cut of 2-inch. Actual 


size 








Size. 
Length of Joint. 

Inches 


No. 166 A 

Light Bronze 


No. 166D2 

Antique Copper 


166 SD2 

Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 


166 F 

Dull Brass 


166 F2 

Antique Brass 


2 

3 

4 


$0.27 
.42 

.48 
.63 
,69 
.80 


$0.27 
.42 

.48 
.63 
.69 
.80 


$0.30 
.45 

.51 
.66 
.72 
.83 


$0,27 
.42 

.48 
.63 
.69 
.80 


$0.27 
.42 

.48 
.63 
.69 
.80 



Size. 

Length of Joint. 

Inches 


No. 166 SF2 

Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 


166 H 

Dead Black 
Electro-plate 


166 N 

Nickeled 


166 Jl 

Japanned 
Dead Black 


166 J 

Japanned 


W2 

2 
3 
4 


$0.33 
.48 
.54 
.69 
.75 
.86 


$0.33 
.48 
.54 
.72 
.78 
.89 


$0.39 
.54 
.60 

.78 
.86 
.98 


$0.24 
.36 
.42 
.51 
.57 
.66 


$0.^1 
.33 
.39 
.48 
.54 
.63 



IJ^-inch packed one dozen pairs in a box, with oval head screws; 2 and 23^-inch, one- 
quarter dozen; all other sizes one pair in a box with oval head screws. The advantage of 
oval head screws over round head is apparent, as oval head screws fit into the countersink 
and hold the butt securely. Round head screws are not only less attractive but will not 
hold the butt firmly in place, as the diameter of the wire of the screw is less than the diam- 
eter of the screw holes in the butt. 

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ACCORDION DOOR BUTTS 



WROUGHT STEEL 




No. BB-243 



No. 243 



These Butts were designed for accordion doors or wherever a 
large offset is desirable. BB-243 and 243 are the same except that 
the joints of BB-243 are fitted with ball bearing washers and the 
barrel equipped with the STANLEY patented non-rising pins. 



When open they have suf- 
ficient clearance to receive the 
combined thickness of doors be- 
tween the anchor door and the 
wall. The other leaves of the 
series of accordion doors may be 
best joined together with these 
butts or by No. 166 (see page 46). 



BB-243 and 243 have a 3 14 -inch 
throw and may be used on doors of 
any thickness. They are made in 
only one size, 2% x 6, packed with 
1 X 10 screws, one pair in a box. 
Weight per pair, BB-243, 1.85 pounds; 
243, 1.70 pounds. 

Furnished in all the standard 
STANI^EY finishes. (See page ll). 
For prices see price sheet. 



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iy.^\v,)^Q f)i5fMiiil ^jiomvit (>0i}9^%nc^n\Oi^^ii 



O R K S 



WROUGHT STEEL CASEMENT HINGES 

FOR BUNGALOWS, ETC, ESCHWEILER'S PATENT 





Window partly open 



Window closed 



Number 


Description 


Size 

Length of Joint 

Inches 


Per Pair 

with Screws 


304 A 

305 A 
305 Jl 


Polished and bronzed .... 
Planished and bronzed .... 
Japanned, dead black .... 


W2 
W2 


$3,00 
2.70 
2.45 



^ These hinges are for casement windows that swing in. In operating, the sash is lifted with 
ordinary sash lifts, and when raised enough to clear the stop on the sill the hinge comes into 
action. Upon closing the window the sash drops down into place as soon as it is in line with 
the edge of the stop on the sill. Two solid bronze angle plates, H " x 1"— 3^-inch wide, are in- 
cluded with each pair hinges. One is screwed to the center of the bottom of sash, with one leg 
on inside of sash, and the other, which has beveled edges on one leg, is screwed to the outside 
of the center of stop, with the beveled leg on the top. These plates support the window and 
prevent wear and scratching of the stop as the window opens and closes, before being engaged, 
and after its release, by the hinge. The hinges are made right and left hand. In ordering, 
state hand wanted. 



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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT LOOSE PIN BUTTS 

WITH BALL TIPS 




Cut oi2}4 x23^-inch. Actual size 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match 



Size. Open 

Inches 


No. 289 A 

Planished 
Light Bronze 


289 B 

Planished 
StatuaryBronze 


289 SB 

Sand Finish 
StatuaryBronze 


289 D2 

Planished 
Antique Co pper^ 


289 SD2 

Sand Finish 
Antique Copper 


289 F 

Planished 
Dull Brass 


2 x2 


$4.00 


$4.45 


$4.90 


$4.45 


$4.90 


$4.45 


2 x2y2 


4.10 


4.55 


5.00 


4.55 


5.00 


4.55 


2 x3 


4.25 


4.70 


5.15 


4.70 


5.15 


4.70 


2}4x2 


4.15 


4.60 


5.05 


4.60 


5.05 


4.60 


2}^x2H 


4.25 


4.70 


5.15 


4.70 


5.15 


4.70 


2^x3 


4.60 


4.95 


1 5.40 


4.95 


5.40 


4.95 


3 x2H 


4.85 


1 5.30 


5.75 


5.30 


5.75 


5.30 


3 x3 


5.00 


5. 45 


! 5.90 


5.45 

1 


5.90 


5.45 



Prices continued on opposite page. 

The 23^ X 2-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; smaller sizes, three. 
One- half dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 25 dozen in a case. 
For weight of cases, see opposite page. 

The butts and screws are wrapped separately in strong ant i- tarnish tissue. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT LOOSE PIN BUTTS 

WITH BALL TIPS 

Continued from opposite page 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match. 



Size, Open 
Inches 


No. 289 F2 

Planished 
Antique Brass 


289 F4 

Planished 
Antique Brass 


289 SF2 

Sand Finish 
Antique Brass 


289 SF4 

Sand Finish 
Antique Brass 


289 G 

Bower Barff 


289 H 

Dead Black 
Electro-plate 


2 x'2 


S4.45 


$4.45 . 


$4.90 


$4.90 


$6.80 


15.10 


2 x2y2 


4.55 


4.55 


5.00 


5.00 


7.20 


5.20 


2 x3 


4.70 


4.70 


5.15 


5.15 


8.25 


5.35 


2^x2 


4.60 


4.60 


5.05 


5.05 


8.00 


5.25 


2y2x2V2 


4.70 


4.70 


5.15 


5.15 


8.25 


5.35 


2HxS 


4.95 


4.95 


5.40 


5.40 


9.00 


5.60 


3 x2y2 


5.30 


5.30 


5.75 


5.75 


9.80 


5.95 


3 x3 


5.45 


5.45 


5.90 


5.90 


10.00 


6.10 




Size, Open 
Inches 


No. 289^ F4 

Polished 
Antique Brass 


289>^N 

Polished 
Nickeled 


749 Jl 

Japanned 
Dead Black 


749 

Japanned 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 


2 x2 


$6.45 


$7,80 


$3.60 


$3,00 


76 


2 x23^ 


6.65 


8.00 


3.75 


3.15 


88 


2 x3 


7.20 


8.60 


3.95 


3.35 


100 


23^x2 


6.95 


8.30 ' 


3.85 


3.20 


92 


23^x21/^ 


7.20 


8.60 


4.05 


3.40 


108 


21^x3 


7.65 


9.00 


4.30 


3.65 


125 


3 x2K 


8.25 


9.60 


4.45 


3.90 


148 


3 x3 


8.45 


9.85 


4.55 


4.00 


176 



All numbers packed one-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 25 dozen in a case. 
For other finishes, see page 11, 

The butts and necessary screws are wrapped separately in strong anti-tarnish tissue. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN LIGHT NARROW BUTTS 

WITH BALL TIPS 




Cut of 23^-inch. Actual size 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match 



Size,Length 


No. 295 A 


295 B 


295 SB 


295 D2 


295 SD2 


295 F 


295 F2 


of Joint 
Inches 


Planished 
Light Bronze 


Planished 

Statuary 

Bronze 


Sand Finish 

Statuary 

Bronze 


Planished 
Antique 
Copper 


Sand Finish 
Antique 
Copper 


Planished 
Dull Brass 


Planished 
Antique Brass 


13^ 


$2.90 


$3.35 


$3.80 


$3.35 


$3.80 


$3.35 


• $3.35 


m 


3.20 


3.65 


4.10 


3.65 


4.10 


3.65 


3.65 


2 


3.60 


4.05 


4.50 


4.05 


4.50 


4.05 


4.05 


2M 


3.75 


4.20 


4.65 


4.20 


4.65 


4.20 


. 4.20 


23^ 


3.90 


4.35 


4.80 


4.35 


4.80 


4.35 


4.35 


3 


4.60 


5.05 


5.50 


5.05 


5.50 


5.05 


5.05 


33^ 


5.50 


6.00 


6.50 


6.00 


6.50 


6.00 


6.00 


4 


6.50 


7.00 


7.50 


7.00 


7.50 


7.00 


7.00 



Prices continued on opposite page. 

The 23/^-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; smaller sizes, three. 
One half-dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 25 dozen in a case. 
For weight of full cases, see opposite page. 

The butts and necessary screws are wrapped separately in strong anti-tarnish tissue. 

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p^M^ii 1.11 -HV" • L" wnii., iRiiwp.j. 



THE STANLEY WORKS 



BEVELED, LIGHT, NARROW, PLATED HINGE 

WITH LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS 



WROUGHT STEEL 




No. 2%M 21/0 inch 

Made only in 2-incb, 2>4~incb, 2>^-inch sizes. 

Dimensions same as No. 295, pages 50 and 51. 

Finished in all standard Stanley finishes, as listed on page 11. 

Packed one-half dozen pairs in a box with % x 6 oval bead screws. 
25 dozen in a case. 

Screws are wrapped separately from the butts in strong, anti-tarnish 
tissue so as not to mar the finish. 

2-in. 2T4-in. 2j4-in. 

Gross weight per box of J/j doz. prs. T.16 lbs. T.38 lbs. 1.48 lbs. 
Gross weight per case of 25 doz. prs. 63 lbs. 75 lbs. 80 lbs. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 



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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN LIGHT NARROW BUTTS 

WITH BALL TIPS 

Continued from opposite page 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match 



Size, Length 


No. 295 F4 


295 SF2 


295 SF4 


295 G 


295 H 


295 N 


Inches 


Planished 
Antique Brass 


Sand Finish 
Antique Brass 


Sand Finish 
Antique Brass 


Bower Barff 


Dead Black 
Electro -plate 


Planished 
Nickeled 


2 

2M , 


$3.35 

3.65 
4.05 
4.20 


$3.80 
4.10 
4.50 

4.65 


$3.80 

4.10 
4.50 
4.65 


$6.00 
5.50 
6.00 
6.50 


$4.00 

4.30 
4.70 

4.85 


$4.70 
5.00 
5.40 
5.55 


2H 
3 

4 


4.35 
5.05 
6,00 
7.00 


4.80 
5.50 
6.50 
7.50 


4.80 
5.50 
6.50 
7.50 


7.65 

9.40 

11.50 

14.00 


5.00 
5.70 
6.70 
7.70 


5.70 
6.40 
8.00 
9.00 



Size 


No. 297 A 


1 

297 B 


297 D2 


297 F 


297 F2 


1 

i 297 F4 


Inches 


Polished 
Light Bronze 


Polished 
Statuary Bronze 


Polished 
Antique Copper 


Polished 
Dull Brass 


1 Polished 

Antique Brass 


Polished 
Antique Brass 


2 ^ 
2Ji 


$4.60 
5.00 
5.40 
5.90 


$5.05 

5.45 
5.85 
6.35 


$5.06 
5.45 
6.86 
6.35 


$6.06 

5.45 
5.85 
6.35 


$6.05 

5.45 
5.85 
6.35 


$5.05 

5.45 
5.85 
6.35 


2H 
3 

4 


6.40 

7.50 

9.00 

10.50 


6.86 

7.95 

9.60 

11.00 


6.85 

7.96 

9.60 

11.00 


6.86 

7.96 

9.50 

11.00 


6.85 

7.95 

9.50 

11.00 


6.85 

7.95 

9.50 

11.00 





No. 297 N 


760 Jl 


76a 






Size 








Width of Butts 


Average Weight 




PoUshed 


Japanned 




When Open 


of Full Case 




Nickeled 


Dead Black 


Japanned 


Inches 


Pounds 


m 


$6.40 


$2.80 


$2.20 


s 


38 


W4. 


6.80 


2.90 


2.30 


46 


2 


7.20 


3.10 


2.50 


It 


64 


2Ji 


7.70 


3.40 


2.80 


77 


2K 


8.20 


3.80 


3,10 


lii 


83 


3 


9.30 


4.25 


3.60 


2 


127 


W2 


11.50 


5 50 


4.80 


2}i 


197 


4 


13.00 


7.00 


6.30 


2M 


286 



All packed one-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 25 dozen in a case. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

The butts and necessary screws are wrapped separately in strong anti-tarnish tissue. 

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WROUGHT STEEL REVERSIBLE BUTTS 




Cut of 3 X 3-inch. Actual size 



For list prices, see opposite page 



Size, Open 
Inches 


Screw 

Holes in 

Each 

Butt 


Size of 

Screw 

Number 


Dozen 
Pairs in 

a Case 
No. 804 


Average 

Weight 

of Full 

Case 

Pounds 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Screw 

Holes in 

Each 

Butt 


Size of 

Screw 

Number 


Dozen 
Pairs in 

a Case 
No. 804 


Average 
Weight 
of Full 
Case 
Pounds 


2 x2 


4 


7 


50 


162 


3}^x4 


6 


10 


15 


191 


2 x23^ 


4 


7 


50 


204 


4 x33^ 


8 


10 


15 


218 


23^x2 


6 


8 


50 


226 


4 [x4 


8 


10 


12 


192 


2Kx23^ 


6 


8 


50 


255 


4 x4Ji 


8 


10 


12 


215 


2^x3 


6 


8 


25 


155 


43^x4 


8 


11 


10 


200 


3 x2H 


6 


9 


25 


167 


^ m^m 


8 


11 


10 


218 


3 x3 


6 


9 


25 


196 


! 5 x5 


8 


12 


8 


265 


3 x3^ 


6 


9 


25 


221 


5j^x5}^ 


8 


13 


5 


203 


33^x3 


6 


10 


20 


207 


6 x6 


8 


13 


5 


215 


3Hx3^ 


6 


10 


20. 


238 













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WROUGHT STEEL REVERSIBLE BUTTS 



For cut, see opposite page 





No. 804 


244 A 


751 


uu 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Bright Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


Planished 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen Pairs with 

Screws 


Japanned 

Per Dozen Pajjs with 

Screws 


Galvanized with Brass 

Pins Per Dozen Pairs 

with Screws 


2 x2 


$1.40 


$2.80 


$1.60 


$3.25 


2 x2K 


1.50 


3.00 


1.70 


3.45 


21^x2 


1.60 


3.60 


1.80 


3.80 ^ 


2>4x2'3^ 


1.80 


3.80 


2.00 


4.05 , 


23^x3 


2.20 


3.95 


2.40 


4.40 


3 x2y2 


2.40 


4.20 


2.60 


4.60 


3 x3 


2.60 


4.50 


2.85 


4.80 


3 x3H 


3.00 


4.90 


3.25 


5.50 


33^x3 


3.60 


5.30 


3.85 


6.30 


3>^x3H 


3.80 


5.60 


4.00 


6.90 


3^x4 


4.30 


5.90 


4.60 


7.50 


4 x3K 


4.60 


6.30 


5.00 


8.50 


4 x4 


4.70 


6.80 


5.10 


9.40 


4 x4H 


4.80 


7.15 


5.20 


10.00 


4^x4 


5.30 


7.90 


5.80 


11.00 


4J^x4H 


5.90 


8.50 


6.40 


11.90 


5 x5 


7.70 


11.00 


8.30 


14.35 


5}^x53^ 


9.60 


13.00 


10.20 


18.00 


6 x6 


11.40 


14.00 


12.00 


22.00 



No. 804, 3 X 3H-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 33^x3 to 43^x 4j^-inch 
inclusive, one- half dozen; larger sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

Other numbers, 4^x4>$-inch and smaller, one-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 
larger sizes, one quarter dozen. 

The 3J^ X 3-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; the smaller sizes, three. 

When two dimensions are given, the first always indicates the length of joint. 

These No. 804 butts are also packed complete with screws, prices for which may be 
had on application. In ordering specify SC804. 



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WROUGHT STEEL REVERSIBLE BUTTS 

WITH IMPROVED PIN AND TIPS 




Cut of 3 X 3-inch. Actual size 
No. 805. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size, open, in. 


2x2 


2x23^ 


2y2x2 


2^x2^ 


dx2H 


3x3 


33^x33^ 


4x4 


4J^x4J^ 


5x5 


Per doz. pairs 


$1.40 


$1.50 


$1.60 


$1.80 


$2.40 


$2.60 


$3.80 


$4.70 


$5.90 


$7.70- 


No. 245A. PLANISHED AND BRONZED 


Size, open, in. 


2x2 


2x23^ 


2Mx2 


23^x23^ 


3x23^ 


3x3 


3J^x33^ 


4x4 


4J^x43^ 


5x5 


Per doz. pairs, 
with screws 


S2.80 


$3.00 


$3.60 


$3.80 


$4.20 


$4.50 


$5.60 


$6.80 


$8.50 


Sll.OO 



No. 805, 3 X 3-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 33^ x 33^-inch and 4 x 4-inch, 
one-half dozen; larger sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

No. 245, 4 x 4-inch and smaller, one-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws; larger sizest 
one-quarter dozen. 

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Cut of 2 X 2-inch. Actual size 



No. 834. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size, 
Open 

Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Screw Holes 

in Each Butt 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Case 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 


2 x2 


$1.40 


4 


7 ." 


50 


117 


2 x2}4 


1.50 


4 


7 


50 


140 


2 x3 


1.70 


4 


7 


50 


167 


23^x2 


1.60 


6 


7 


50 


150 


W2x2y2 


1.80 


6 


' ' 7 


50 


176 


23^x3 


2.20 


6 


7 


50 


203 


3 x2K 


2.40 


6 


8 


50 


240 


3 x3 


2.60 


6 


8 


25 


151 





No. 288 A 


288 D2 


288 SD2 


748 Jl 


748 


Size, Open 
Inches 


Planished Light 


Planished Antique 


Antique Copper 


Japanned 




Bronze 


Copper 


Sand Finish 


Dead Black 






Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 




with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


2 x2 


$1.50 


$1.82 


$2.15 


$1.25 


$1.00 


2 x2i^ 


1.60 


1.92 


2.25 


1,35 


1,05 


2 x3 


1.75 


2.08 


2.40 


1.50 


1.20 


23^x2 


1.70 


2.03 


2.35 


1.45 


1.10 


23^x23^ 


1.75 


2.08 


2.40 


1.50 


1.20 


2^x3 


1.95 


2.28 


2.60 


1.65 


1.35 


3 x23^ 


2.10 


2.43 


2.75 


1.80 


1.50 


3 x3 


2.20 


2.53 


2.85 


1.90 


1.60 



The 23^ X 2-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; 
All, one dozen pairs in a box. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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smaller sizes, three. 



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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN LIGHT NARROW BUTTS 




Cut of 2-inch. Actual size. 







No. 840 


. BRIGHT 


STEEL 






Size, Length 
Inches 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 


Width, Open 
Inches 


Screw Holes 
in Each Butt 


Size of Screw- 
Number 


Dozen Pairs 

in a Case of 

No. 840 


Average 
Weight of Full 
Case, Pounds 


1 


SO. 60 


1 


4 


3 


100 


51 


IM 


.75 


lA 


4 


4 


100 


69 


IH 


.90 


lA 


4 


5 


100 


100 


1% 


1.00 


lA 


4 


5 


100 


132 


2 


1.10 


lA 


4 


6 


100 


191 


2M 


1.25 


itt 


6 


6 


50 


110 


2J^ 


1.45 


in 


6 


6 


50 


128 


2% 


1.55 


VA 


6 


7 


50 


175 


3 


1.80 


2 


6 


7 


50 


208 


3M 


2.25 


^Vs 


6 


8 


50 


248 


3y2 


2.70 


2H 


6 


8 


25 


L52 


3% 


3.30 


23^ 


6 


8 


25 


180 


4 


3.70 


2H 


8 


9 


20 


185 


4J^ 


4.45 


3 


8 


10 


20 


227 


5 


5.50 


3A 


8 


10 


15 


202 


5J^ 


7.50 


3H 


8 


10 


10 


178 


6 


8.85 


311 


8 


11 


10 


225 



Prices continued on opposite page. 

The 2}^-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; smaller sizes, three. 
3-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 3}4 to 53^-inch inclusive, one-half dozen; 
6-inch, one-quarter dozen. 

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Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match 





No. 286 A 


286 D2 


286 SD2 


286 F 


286 F2 


286 F4 


286 SF2 


Size 
Inches 


Planished 
Light Bronze 


Planished 
Antique 
Copper 


Sand Finish 
Antique 
Copper 


Planished 
Dull Brass 


Planished 

Antique 

Brass 


Planished 

Antique 

Brass 


Sand Finish 

Antique 

Brass 


1 


$0.75 


$1.07 


$1.40 


$1.07 


$1.07 


$1,07 


$1.40 


IH 


.90 


1.22 


1.55 


1.22 


1.22 


1.22 


1.55 


m 


1.05 


1.37 


1.70 


1.37 


1.37 


1.37 


1.70 


m , 


1.16 


1.48 


1.80 


1.48 


1.48 


1.48 


1.80 


2 


1.30 


1.62 


1.95 


1.62 


1.62 


1.62 


1.95 


2H 


1.44 


1.75 


2.10 


1.75 


1.75 


1.75 


2.10 


2V2 


1.67 


1.90 


2.20 


1.90 


1.90 


1.90 


2.20 


2H 


1.65 


2.00 


2.30 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.30 


3 


1.75 


2.40 


3.00 


2.40 


2.40 


2.40 


3.00 


3^ 


2.10 


2.75 


3.40 


2.75 


2.75 


2.75 


3.40 ^ 


W2 


. 2.40 


3.05 


3.70 


3.05 


3.05 


3.05 


3.70 


4 


3.00 


3.65 


4.30 


3.65 


3.65 


3.65 


4.30 



Inches 


N0.286SF4 

Sand Finish 

Antique 

Brass 


286 H 

Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 


286 N 

Planished 
Nickeled 


74a Jl 

Japanned 
Dead Black 


740 

Japanned 


Dozen Pairs 
in a Case 


Average 

Weight of 

Full Case, 

Pounds 


1 


$1.40 


$1.55 


$2.55 


$0.60 


$0.40 


100 


51 


IM 


1.55 


1.70 


2.70 


,75 


.55 


100 


69 


iy2 


1.70 


1.85 


2.85 


.90 


,70 


100 


122 


m 


1.80 


1.95 


2.95 


1.00 


.75 


100 


150 


2 


1.95 


2.10 


3.10 


1.10 


.80 


100 


214 


2H 


2.10 


2.25 


3.25 


1.20 


.90 


50 


138 


2H 


2.20 


2.35 


3.40 


1.30 


1.00 


50 


150 


2H 


2.30 


2.45 


3.45 


1.40 


1.10 


50 


190 


3 


3.00 


3.00 


4.00 


1.60 


1.30 


50 


230 


3M 


3.40 


3.40 


4.35 


1.95 


1.60 






3J^ 


3.70 


3.70 


4.65 


2.25 


1.90 






4 


4.30 


4,30 


5.25 


2.90 


2,60 







All packed 3-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws; larger sizes, one- 
half dozen. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 



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Cutof 234x23^-inch 
No. 806. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size. 
Open 


Per 

Dozen 


Dozen 

Pairs in a 


Screw 

Holes in 

Each 

Butt 


Size of 

Screw 


Size, 
Open 


Per 

Dozen 


Dozen 
Pairs in a 


Screw 
Holes in 


Size of 
Screw 


Inches 


Pairs 


Case 


Number 


Inches 


Pairs 


Case 


Butt 


Number 


2 x2 


$1.40 


50 


4 


7 


33^x4 


S4.30 


15 


6 


10 


2 x23^ 


1.50 


50 


4 


7 


4 x3^2 


4.60 


15 


8 


10 


23^x2 


1.60 


50 


6 


8 


4 x4 


4.70 


12 


8 


10 


2J^x2i^ 


1.80 


50 


6 


8 


4 x43^ 


4.80 


12 


8 


10 


23^x3 


2.20 


25 


6 


8 


43^x4 


5.30 


10 


8 


11 


3 X 2M 


2.40 


25 


6 


9 


4J^x4^ 


5.90 


10 


8 


11 


3 x3 


2.60 


25 


6 


9 


5 x5 


7.70 


8 


8 


12 


3 x33^ 


3.00 


25 


6 


9 


53-^x53^ 


9.60 


5 


8 


13 


33^x3 


3.60 


25 


6 


10 


6 x6 


11.40 


5 


8 


13 


W2xSy2 


3.80 


20 


6 


10 













No, 753. JAPANNED 



Size, open, inches . 
Per dozen pairs with 



2x2 



$1.60 



23^x23^ 



$2.00 



3x2}^ 



$2.60 



3x3 



$2.85 



33^x3>^ 



$4.00 



4x4 



$5.00 



43^x43^ 



$6.40 



5x5 



$8.30 



No. 1321. GALVANIZED, WITH BRASS PINS 



Size open, inches . 


2x2 


2y2x2}4 


3x23^ 


3x3 


3}^x33^ 


4x4 


4J^x4>^ 


5x5 


Per dozen pairs with 
screws 


$3.25 


$4.05 


$5.30 


$5.50 


$7.80 


$10.00 


$13.50 


$17.00 



No. 806, 3x3H-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 33^x3 to 43^ x 43/^-inch 
inclusive, one-half dozen; larger sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

Nos. 753 and 1321, 5 x 5-inch, one-quarter dozen pairs, with screws; smaller sizes, one- 
half dozen. 

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Cut of 3-inch 







No. 802 


301 A 


303 A 


■ 




Size, Length 
Inches 


Width, Open 
Inches 


Bright Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Planished and 

Bronzed 

Per Dozen 

PaiiB 


Polished and 

Bronzed 

Per Dozen 


Screw Holes 

in Each 

Butt 


Size of Screw 
Number 


2 


m 


$1.40 


$2.00 


$5.15 


4 


7 


2H 


IH 


1.55 


2.25 


5.55 


6 


7 


2H 


VA 


1.70 


2.50 


5.90 


6 


7 


2H 


2 


2.00 


2.90 


6.40 


6 


8 


3 


2H 


2.10 


3.20 


7.20 


6 


8 


3K 


2^ 


3.20 


4.65 


9.00 


6 


9 


4 


2% 


3.90 


5.60 


10.40 


8 


9 



No. 802, 33^-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 4-inch, one- half dozen. 
Nos. 301 and 303, 3-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 3H and 
4-inch, one-half dozen. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

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FAST JOINT 




Cut of No. 391, 2>^ X 23/f inch. Actual size 



No, 808. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size, 




Screw Holes 


Size of 


Dozen 


Average Weight 


Open 


Per Dozen Pairs 


in Each 


Screw 


Pairs in 


of Full Case 


Inches 




Butt 


Number 


a Case 


Pounds 


2 x2 


$1.20 


4 


7 


50 


162 


2 x2J^ 


1.25 


4 


7 


50 


• 204 


23^x2J^ 


1.60 


6 


8 


50 


255 


23^x3 


1.90 


6 


8 


25 


152 


3 x2i^ 


2.05 


6 


9 


25 


168 


3 x3 


2.40 


6 


9 


25 


194 


3^ x33^ 


2.70 


6 


9 


25 


219 


3Hx3 


3.20 


6 


10 


25 


258 


33^x3H 


3.50 


6 


10 


20 


235 


3^x4 


4.00 


6 


10 


20 


263 


4 x4 


4.30 


8 


10 


15 


236 


4Kx4i^ 


5.60 


8 


11 


10 


230 


5 x5 


6.90 


8 


12 


8 


251 


5}^x53^ 


9.00 


8 


13 


5 


188 


6 x6 


10.20 


8 


13 


5 


215 



Prices continued on opposite page. 

3x33^-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 33^x3 to 4>^ x 4J^-inch inclusive, 
one- half dozen; larger sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

The 3}^ X 3-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; the smaller sizes, three. 

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Continued from opposite page 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match. 





No. 291 A* 


29i D2 


291 SD2 


291 F 


291F2orF4 


291 SF2 or 


Size. 












SF4 


Open, 


Planished 


Planished 


Sand Finish 


Planished 


Planished 


Sand Finish 


Inches 


Light 


Antique 


Antique 


Dull 


Antique 


Antique 




Bronze 


Copper 


Copper 


Brass 


Brass 


Brass 


2 x2 


$1.70 


$2.05 


$2.40 


$2.05 


$2.05 


$2.40 


21/^x2^ 


2.30 


2.65 


3.00 


2.65 


2.65 


3.00 


3 x2M 


2.50 


2.85 


3.20 


2.85 


2.85 


3.20 


3 x3 


2.70 


3.40 


4,10 


3.40 


3.40 


4.10 


3j^ X sy2 


3.35 


4.05 


4.75 


4.05 


4.05 


4,75 


i x4 


4.10 


4.80 


5.50 


4.80 


4.80 


5.50 


4^x41^ 


5.10 


5.80 


6.50 


5.80 


5.80 


6.50 


5 x5 


6.60 


7.30 


8.00 


7.30 


7.30 


8.00 


5^x514 


8.50 


9.20 


9,90 


9.20 


9.20 


9.90 


6 x6 


10.50 


11.20 


11.90 


11.20 


11.20 


11.90 



Size. 

Open 
Inches 


No. 291 G 

Bower Barff 


291 H 

Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 


291 N 

Planished 
Nickeled 


291^ A 

Polished 
Light 
Bronze 


291 ^ D2 

Polished 
Antique 
Copper 


291 ^F 

Polished 
Dull 
Brass 


2 x2 

2>^x23^ 

3 x2y2 


$4.00 
5.00 
6.20 


$2.60 • 
3.20 
3.40 


$3.00 
3.70 
4.40 


$3.50 

4.55 
4.90 


$3.85 
4.90 
5.25 


$3.85 
4.90 
5.25 


3 x3 

33^x3^ 

4 x4 

4>^x4>^ 


6.50 

8.00 

10.70 

13.50 


4.10 
4.75 
5.50 
6.50 


4.70 
5.30 
6.00 
7.00 


5.25 
7.10 

8.45 
10.10 


5.95 

7.80 

9.15 

10.80 


5.95 

7.80 

9.15 

10.80 


5 x5 

5Kx5>^ 

6 x6 


17.50 
21.50 
28.00 


8.00 

9.90 

11.90 


8.50 
10.50 
12.50 


12.50 
14.50 
16.50 


13.20 
15.20 
17.20 


13.20 
15.20 
17.20 





No. 291^ 


291J^N 


747 Jl 


747 


1319 






Size, 
Open 
Inches 


F2 or F4 

Polished 

Antique 

Brass 


Polished 
Nickeled 


Dead 

Black 

Japanned 


Japanned 


Galvanized 

with Brass 

Pins 


Dozen 

Pairs in 
a Case 


Average 
Weight of 
Full Case 

Pounds 


2 x2 


$3.85 


$4.85 


$1.40 


$0.95 


$2.00 


25 


92 


2J^x2i^ 


4,90 


5.80 


1.90 


1.20 


2.80 


25 


154 


3 x23^ 


5.25 


6.80 


2.10 


1.50 


3.40 


25 


193 


3 x3 


5.95 


7.20 


2.40 


1.75 


3.60 


20 


176 


3J^x3J^ 


7.80 


9.00 


3.10 


2.50 


5.20 


15 


212 


4 x4 


9.15 


10.40 


3.85 


3.10 


6.80 


12 


214 


4^x4>i 


10.80 


12.00 


4.75 


4.00 


8.50 




•• 


5 x5 


13.20 


14.50 


6.00 


4.90 


12.00 






5 J^ X 5y2 


15.20 


16.50 


8.00 


6.30 


14.50 






6 x6 


17.20 


18.50 


9.75 


7.20 


16.30 




-• 



43^ X 43^2-inch and smaller, one-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws; larger sizes, one- 
quarter dozen. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

*We also furnish 291 line Sherardized before plating, the number for which would be 
Z291 A 3 X 3. For description of Sherardized finish see page 10. 

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Cut of 2-inch. Actual size 



No. 800. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size, Length 

Inches 



1 

m 



Per Dozen 
Paira 



$0.40 
.50 
.65 
.80 



2 


.90 


2H 


1.05 


W2 


1.10 


2H 


1.30 


3 


1.45 


m 


1.70 


W2 


2.00 


W4. 


2.70 



4 


2.85 


-m 


W2 


3.70 


3 


5 


4.60 


3M 


5J^ 


6.00 


3M 


6 


7.10 


4A 


7 


11.50 


W^ 


8 


19.00 


m 



Average 
Weight of 
Full Case 

Pounds 




Prices continued on opposite page, 

3M-incJi and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 4, 43^ and 5-inch, one-half dozen; larger 
sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

The 2%-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; the smaller sizes, three. 

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WROUGHT STEEL NARROW BUTTS 

Continued from opposite page 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include plated screws to match 





No. 280 A 


280 D2 


280 SD2 


280 F 


280 F2 


280 F4 


Size, Inches 


Planished 


Planished 


Sand finish 


Planished 


Planished 


. Planished 




Light 


Antique , 


Antique 


Dull 


Antique 


Antique 




Bronze 


Copper 


Copper 


Bn^ss 


Brass 


Brass 


1 


$0.70 


$1.00 


$1.30 


$1.00 


$1.00 


$1.00 


m' 


.75 


1.07 


1.40 


1.07 


1.07 


1.07 


W2 


.82 


1.15 


1.47 


1 15 


1.15 


1.15 


m 


.90 


1.22 


1.55 


1.22 


1.22 


1.22 


2 


1.05 


i.sr 


1.70 


1.37 


1.37 


1.37 


2Ji 


1.25 


1.57 


1.90 


1.57 


1.57 


1.57 


2H • 


1.40 


1.75 


2.05 


1.75 


1.75 


1.75 


3 


1.70 


2.35 


3.00 


2.35 


2.35 


2.35 


W2 


2.20 


2.85 


3.50 


2.85 


2.85 


2.85 


4 


3.00 


3.65 


4,30 


3.65 


3.65 


3.65 


4H 


4.00 


4.65 


5.30 


4.65 


4.65 


4.65 


5 


5.00 


5.65 


6.30 


5.65 


5.65 


5.65 





No. 280 SF2 


280 SF4 


280 H 


280 N 


755 Jl 


755 


Size, Inches 


Sand Finish 


Sand Finish 


Dead Black 


Planished 


Japanned 






Antique Brass 


Antique Brass 


Electro-plate 


Nickeled 


Dead Black 


Japanned 


1 


$1.30 


$1.30 


$1.60 


$2.60 


$0.56 


$0.40 


IH 


1.40 


1.40 


1.65 


2.65 


.60 


.45 


13^ 


1,47 


1.47 


1.62 


2.75 


.65- 


.55 


IH 


1.55 


1.55 


1.70 


2.80 ' 


.70 


.65 


2 


1.70 


1.70 


1.86 


2.95 


.80 


.70 


2H 


1.90 


1.90 


2.05 


3.15 


1.00 


.80 


2H 


2.05 


2.05 


2.20 


3.30 


1.10 


.90 


3 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


4.40 


1.35 


1.10 


m 


3.50 


3.50 


3.50 


4.90 


1.60 


1.40 


4 


4.30 


4.30 


4.30 


5.70 


2,35 


2.00 


4H 


5.30 


5.30 


5.30 


6.70 


3.05 


2.60 


5 


6.30 


6.30 


6.30 


7.70 


3.60 


3.10 



Na. 1315. GALVANIZED, WITH BRASS FINS 



Size, Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 

with Screws 


Size, Inches 


Per Do»en Pairs 
with Screws 


2 * 
3 


$1.00 
1.25 
1.40 
1.90 
2.50 


33^ 
4 

5 


$3.70 
6.00 
6.00 
7.70 



3-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws; 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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Cut of No. 384, 2-inch. Actual size 
No. 838. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size, Length 
Inches 


Bright Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Width, Open 
Inches 


Screw Holes in 
Each Butt 


Size of Screws 
Number 


Dozen Pairs 
in a Case 


Average 

Weight of 

Full Case 

Pounds 


K 


$0.40 


H 


4 


2 


100 


24 


1 


.40 


1 


4 


3 


100 


51 


m 


.50 


lA 


4 


4 


100 


69 


m 


.65 


lA 


4 


5 


100 


99 


Wa 


.80 


lA 


4 


5 


100 


131 


2 


.90 


lA 


4 


6 


100 


189 . 


2^ 


1.05 


IH 


6 


6 


50 


.108 


W2 


1.10 


Hi 


6 


6 


50 


127 


2H 


1.30 


iJi 


6 


7 


50 


176 


3 


1.45 


2 


6 


7 


50 


204 


3M 


1.70 


^Vs 


6 


8 


50 


248 


33^ 


2.00 


2H 


6 


8 


25 


152 


m 


2.70 


2H 


6 


8 


25 


180 


4 


2.85 


2Vs 


8 


9 


20 


182 


m 


3.70 


3 


8 


10 


20 


227 


5 


4.60 


3A 


8 


10 


15 


210 


5^ 


6.00 


3ii 


8 


10 


10 


173 


6 


7.10 


3M 


8 


11 


10 


226 



Prices continued on opposite page. 

3M-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; S14 to 4j'^-inch, one-half dozen; 5, 53^ 
and 6-inch, one-quarter dozen. 

The 23^-inch and larger have five knuckles in the joint; the smaller sizes, three. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT NARROW BUTTS 

Continued from opposite page 
Prices are per dozen pairs, and include screws to match 



Size, 


No. 384 A 


284 D2 


284 SD2 


284 F 


284 F2 or F4 


Inches 


Planished 


Planished 


Sand Finish 


Planished 


Planished 




Light Bronze 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 


Dull Brass 


Antique Brass 


H 


$0.50 


$0.82 


$1.15 


$0.82 


$0.82 


1 


.65 


.97 


1.30 


.97 


.97 


IH 


.70 


1.02 


1.35 


1.02 


1.02 


IM 


.76 


1.07 


1.40 


1.07 


1.07 


IH 


.83 


1.15 


1.50 


1.15 


1.15 


2 


.92 


1.25 


1.60 


1.25 


1.25 


^\i 


1.03 


1.35 


1.70 


1.35 


1.35 


2^ 


1.13 


1.45 


1.80 


1.45 


1.46 


2H 


1.20 


1.55 


1.90 


1,55 


1.55 


3 


1.25 


1.85 


2.50 


1.85 


1.85 


SH 


1.60 


2.25 


2.90 


2.25 


2.25 


ZVi 


1.90 


2.55 


3.20 


2.55 


2.55 


3% 


2.25 


2.90 


3.55 


2.90 


2.90 


4 


2.50 


3.15 


3.80 


3.15 


3.15 


4H 


3.35 


4.00 


4.6i5 


4.00 


4.00 


5 


4.20 


4.85 


5.50 


4.85 


4.85 





No. 284SF2 or 


284 H 


284 N 


752 Jl 


752 


Size, 


SF4 










Inches 


Sand Finish 


Dead Black 


Planished 


Dead Black 


Japanned 




Antique Brass 


Electro -plate 


Nickeled 


Japanned 




M 


$1.15 


$1.30 


$2.40 


$0.45 


$0.36 


1 


1.30 


1.45 


2.55 


.60 


.40 


IM 


1.35 


1.50 


2.60 


.65 


.45 


W2 


1.40 


1.55 


2.65 


.70 


.50 


IH 


1.50 


1.63 


2.75 


.75 


.65 


2 


1.60 


1.72 


2.85 


.85 


.65 


2H 


1.70 


1.83 


2.95 


.95 


.80 


2y2 


1.80 


1.95 


3.05 


1.00 


.90 


2% 


1.90 


2.00 


3.10 


1.05 


.95 


3 


2.60 


2.56 


3.95 


1.15 


1.06 


SH 


2.90 


2.90 


4.30 


1.50 


1.26 


W2 


3.20 


3.20 


4.60 


1.75 


1.40 


W4. 


3.55 


3.56 


4.95 


2.00 


1.76 


4 


3.80 


3.80 


6.20 


2.25 


2.00 


4^ 


4.66 


4.65 


6.05 


3.00 


2.50 


5 


6.50 


5.60 


6.90 


3.75 


3.20 





No. »84G*. BOWER BARFF 






Size, inches . . 


2 


2M 


2y2 


3 


3H 


Price 


$2.70 


$3.40 


$3.95 


$5.20 


$7.00 



No. 1317*. GALVANIZED, WITH BRASS PINS 



Size, inches .... 


IH 


2 


2Ji 


2^A 


3 


3M 


4 


Price ...... 


$0.90 


$1.30 


$1.50 


$1.70 


$2.30 


$3.50 


$4,80 



3-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws; larger sizes, one-half dozen. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

*284G and 1317 may be obtained in the same sizes as listed under 284 A, 

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No. 284MA 


2841^ D2 


284M SD2 


284MF 


2831^ A 


Size, 


Planished 


. Planished 


Sand Finish 


Planished 


Polished 


Length 


Light Bronze 


Antique Copper 


Antique Copper 


Dull Brass 


Light Bronze 


Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 




with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


2 


$1.25 


$1.60 


$1.95 


$1.60 


$3.35 


214 


1.35 


1.70 


2.05 


1.70 


3.75 


W2 


1.50 


1.85 


2.20 


1.85 


4.10 



WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN LIGHT NARROW BUTTS 

BEVELED EDGE 





Cutof2Ji-in. . 


Actual size 








Number 


Description 


Size, Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 




Planished and bronzed, with screw^s 

Planished and dull brass plated, 

with screws ......... 


2M 
i W2 


A 


F 


286 MA 
286MF 


$1.60 
1.75 
1.90 


$1.95 
2.10 
2.25 



All, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 

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FLUSH RIVETED 




Cut of IM-inch 
No. 8ia. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size, Length 
Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Width, Open 
Inches 


Size of Screw, 
Six Screw Holes 
in Each Hinge 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Case 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 


% 


$0.70 


2A 


6 


100 


138 


1 


.75 


2% 


6 


100 


157 


\H 


.80 


2H 


7 


100 


171 


1J€ 


.90 


2^ 


7 


100 < 


205 


W% 


1.00 


214 


7 


100 


227 


m 


1.05 


3J^ 


8 


50 


135 


1% 


1.20 


3K 


8 


50 


151 


m 


1.30 


. 3H 


9 


50 


162 


2 


1.40 


31f 


9 


50 


231 



One dozen pairs in a box. 
WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN LIGHT INSIDE BLIND BUTTS 




Cut of 1 ^ ^-iiich 



One dozen pairs in a box. 



Size, Length 
Inches 


No. 844 

Bright Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


335 A 

Planished Light 
Bronze, Per Dozen 
Pairs with Screws 


335 D2 

Planished Antique 
Copper, Per Dozen 
Pairs with Screws 


Width, Open 
Inches 




$0.90 

.95 

1,00 

1.05 


$1.00 
1.05 
1.10 
1.15 


11.35 
1.40 
1.45 
1.50 


2 

2M 



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Cut of 134-inch 





No. 842 


332 A 


332 D2 


332 SD2 


332 F 


332 F2 or 


332 SF2 or 


Size 












F4 


SF4 


Length 




Planished 


Planished 


Sand Finish 




Planished 


Sand Finish 


of 


Bright Steel 


Light 


Antique 


Antique 


Dull Brass 


Antique 


Antique 


Joint 


Per Dozen 


Bronze 


Copper 


Copper 


Per Dozen 


Brass 


Brass 


Inches 


Pairs 


Per Dozen 


Per Dozen 


Per Dozen 


Pairs 


Per Dozen 


Per Dozen 






Pairs with 


Pairs with 


Pairs with 


with Screws 


Pairs with 


Pairs with 






Screws 


Screws 


Screws 




Screws 


Screws 


Vb 


$0.55 


$0.70 


$1.00 


$1.35 


$1.00 


$1.00 


$1.35 


1 


.60 


.75 


1.05 


1.40 


1.05 


1.05 


1.40 


13^ 


.65 


.80 


1.10 


1.45 


1.10 


1.10 


1.45 


IH 


.70 


.84 


1.15 


1.50 


1.15 


1.15 


1.50 


IJ^ 


.75 


.90 


1.25 


1.55 


1.25 


1.25 


1.55 


m 


.80 


.95 


1.30 


1.60 


1.30 


1.30 


1.60 


\% 


.95 


1.05 


1.40 


1.70 


1.40 


1.40 


1.70 


2 


1.20 


1.30 


1.65 


1.95 


1.65 


1.65 


1.95 


2V2 


1.60 


1.75 


2.10 


2.40 


2.10 


2.10 


2.40 


3 


2.00 


2.25 


2.60 


2.90 


2.60 


2.60 


2.90 



Size 


No. 332 G 


332 H 


332 N 






» 




Length 


Bower 


Dead Black 


Planished 


Width, 


Size of 


Dozen Pairs 


Weight 


of 


Barff 


Electro-plate 


Nickeled 


Open 


Screws 


in a Case 


of FuU Case 


Joint 


Per Dozen 


Per Dozen 


Per Dozen 




No 842 


No. 842 


Inches 


Pairs with 
Screws 


Pairs with 

Screws 


PaiiH with 
Screws 








Pounds 


% 


$2.15 


$1.60 


$2.20 


l^ 


4 


100 


61 


1 


2.25 


1.65 


2.25 


Ws 


4 


100 


71 


IH 


2.30 


1.70 


2.30 


m 


5 


100 


92 


IJi 


2.65 


1.75 


2.35 


VA 


5 


100 


111 


1% 


2.90 


1.80 


2.40 


2 


5 


100 


138 


iy2 


3.05- 


1.85 


2.50 


2^ 


5 


100 


155 


IH 


3.35 


1.95 


2.60 


Ws 


5 


100 


213 


2 


3.75 


2.20 


3.00 


W2 


6 


50 


148 


2J^ 


4.25 


2.65 


3.40 


w^ 


6 


50 


176 


3 


5.00 


3.15 


3.80 


3 


7 


50 


283 



Six screw holes in each butt. 
One dozen pairs in a box. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 



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Cut of 13^-inch. Actual size 





No. 843 


333 A 


333 D2 


333 SD2 


333 F 


333 F2 


Size 
Length 

Joint 
Inches 


Bright 

Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Planished 

Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Planished 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Sand Finish 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Planished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
Screws 


Planished 

Antique 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1 


11.00 


SI. 00 


$1.30 


$1.65 


$1.30 


$1.30 


IJ^ 


1.10 


1.05 


1.35 


1.70 


1.35 


1.35 


IM 


1.20 


1.10 


1.40 


1.75 


1.40 


1.40 


IVa 


1.30 


1.20 


1.50 


1.85 


1.50 


1.50 


IH 


1.55 


1.30 


1.60 


1.95 


1.60 


1.60 


m 


1.70 


1.40 


1.70 


2.05 


1.70 


1.70 





No. 333 F4 


333 SF2 


333 SF4 


333 H 


333 N 


3333^ A 


Size 

Length 

Joint 
Inches 


Planished 

Antique 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Sand Finish 

Antique 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Sand Finish 

Antique 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
Screws 


Planished 
Nickeled 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
Screws 


Polished 

Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1 


$1.30 


$1.65 


$1.65 


$1.90 


$2.50 


$2.90 


m 


1.35 


1.70 


1.70 


1.95 


2.55 


3.05 


m 


1.40 


1.75 


1.75 


2.00 


2.60 


3.20 


m 


1.50 


1.85 


1.85 


2.10 


2.70 


3.40 


m 


1.60 


1.95 


1.95 


2.20 


2.85 


3.60 


m 


1.70 


2.05 


2.05 


2.30 


3.00 


3.85 



Six screw holes in each butt. 

Width open, and sizes of screws, same as No. 842 on opposite page. 

One dozen pairs in a box; 100 dozen in a case. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

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Cut of iK-inch. Actual size 





No. 814 


814 A 


814 D2 


1311 












Size, 
Length 
of Joint 
Inches 


Bright 

Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Planished 

Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Planished 
Antique 

Copper 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


Galvanized 

with 

Brass Pins 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Width, 
open 
Inches 


Screw 

Holes 

in Each 

Hinge 


Size 
of Screw 
Number 


Dozen 
Pairs in 
a Case 


Average 
Weight 
of Full 
Case, 
Pounds. 


^ 


$0.70 


$1.30 


$1.65 


$1.50 


2H 


4 


6 


100 


131 


Vs 


.75 


1.65 


2.00 


1.60 


2H 


6 


6 


100 


149 


1 


.80 


1.70 


2.05 


1.80 


2K 


6 


6 


100 


171 


13^ 


.90 


1.85 


2.20 


2.00 


3 


6 


6 


100 


196 


IH 


1.00 


2.00 


2.35 


2.20 


3A 


6 


7 


100 


237 


W% 


1.10 


2.15 


2.50 


2.50 


3A 


6 


7 


W)0 


261 


I'A 


1.20 


2.25 


2.60 


2.70 


3,^ 


6 


8 


50 


149 


iVs 


1.30 


2.40 


2.75 


3.00 


3K 


6 


8 


25 


95 


IM 


1.45 


2.60 


3.00 


3.20 


4 


6 


8 


50 


205 


2 


1.70 


2.80 


3.20 


3.75 


iVs 


6 


8 


50 


256 


2K 


2.35 


3.00 


3.85 


5.70 


5A 


6 


9 


25 


206 


2V2 


3.40 


4.05 


4.90 


8.00 


5Ji 


6 


10 


20 


258 


2% 


3.90 


4.55 


5.40 


9.20 


6}i 


6 


11 


15 


227 


3 


4.30 


4.95 


5.80 


10.50 


m 


8 


11 


12 


234 



1^-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 2-inch, one-half dozen; larger sizes, one- 
quarter dozen. 

No. 814^. BRIGHT STEEL 

Same as No. 814 above, except that they are flat on the back, i.e., not swaged. 
Same sizes and prices as No. 814. 

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WROUGHT STEEL SQUARE BACK FLAPS 



Cut of IM^inch. 
Actual size 




♦ 


No. 816 


nu 












Size. 
Length 
of Joint 
Inches 


Bright 

Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Not Swaged 
Galvanized 
with Brass 
Pins Per 
Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 


Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Screw 

Holes 

in Each 

Hinge 


Size of 

Screw 

Number 


Dozen 

Pairs 

in a Case 


Average 
Weight of 
Full Case 

Pounds 


1 


$0.75 


$1.60 


2 


6 


6 


100 


127 


iVs 


.80 


1.75 


2M 


6 


6 


100 


152 


IH 


.90 


2.00 


2A 


6 


6 


100 


174 


m 


1.00 


2.25 


2i^ 


6 


7 


100 


219 


W2 


1.05 


2.50 


2H 


6 


8 


100 


237 


m 


1.20 


2.75 


3 


6 


- 8 


50 


160 


1% 


1.30 


3.00 


3A 


6 


8 


50 


175 


2 


1.40 


3.50 


3H 


6 


8 


50 


229 


2^ 


2.10 


5.00 


m 


6 


9 


25 


168 


2y2 


3.00 


7.00 


W% 


6 


10 


25 


260 


2% 


3.60 


8.50 


^H 


6 


11 


15 


195 


3 


4.00 


9.80 


W2 


8 


11 


15 


224 



l?4-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; 2-inch, one-half dozen; larger sizes, one- 
quarter dozen. 

No. 816^. BRIGHT STEEL 

Same as No. 816 above, except that they are flat on the back, i. e., not swaged. 
Same sizes and prices as No. 816 above. 

WROUGHT STEEL BACK FLAPS 
WITH BENT LOOSE PINS 



No. 813 
BRIGHT STEEL 



Size 
Inches 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 


1% 
2 


11.25^ 
1.45 
1.75 
2.00 



Width, open, size of 

screws, etc., same as No. 
814 on opposite page. 



Cut of IMyinch 
Actual size 




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WROUGHT STEEL CHEST HINGES 




Cut of 13^-inch 
No. 83a. BRIGHT STEEL 



Size 

Length of Joint 

Inches 


Width of Offset 
from Joint to 
Bend Inchea 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Screw Holes in 
Each Hinge 


Size of Screw 

Number 


1^ 


Vi 


$1.36 


7 


7 


m 


y% 


1.35 


7 


7 




H 


1.35 


8 


7 


IK 


Vs 


1.36 


8 


7 


2 


V2 


1.90 


7 


8 


2 


i/i 


1.90 


7 


8 


2 


M 


1.90 


8 


8 


2 


H 


1.90 


8 


8 



One dozen pairs in a box. In ordering, state size and offset wanted. 

WROUGHT STEEL PEW DOOR HINGES 




Cut of 13^-inch 
No. 818. BRIGHT STEEL 



The 13^-inch, one dozen pairs in a box; 2-inch, one-half dozen. 

72 



Size, Length of Joint 
Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Width, Open, Inches 


Screw Holes in 
Each Hinge 


Size of Screw 
Number 


2 


$1.20 
1.70 


3K 


6 

6 


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WROUGHT STEEL PARLIAMENT BUTTS 

WITH LOOSE PINS AND BALL TIPS 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 





No. 260A 


260 D2 


260 F 


260 SF2 


260 H 


260 J 


828 


828 Z 


Size 

Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Planished 
Light 
Bronze 

Per Doz. 

Pairs with 
Screws 


Planished 
Antique 
Copper 
Per Doz. 

Pairs with 


Planished 

Dull 

Brass 

Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Sand 
Finish 
Antique 

Brass 

Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Dead 
Black 

Electro- 
plate 

Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Japanned 
Per 

Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


Bright 
Steel 
Per 

Dozen 
Pairs 


Stanley 
Sherard- 
ized, Per 

Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


3 


$4.65 


$4.65 


$4.65 


$5.10 


$5.10 


$3.35 


$2.75 


$4,00 


3>^ 


4.85 


4.85 


4,85 


5.30 


5.30 


3.50 


2.90 


4.25 


4 


5.30- 


5.30 


5.30 


5.80 


5.80 


3.75 


3.15 


4.75 


43^ 


5.80 


5.80 


5.80 


6.50 


6.50 


4.30 


3.60 


5.30 


5 


6.50 


6.50 


6.50 


7.25 


7.25 


4.90 


4.25 


6.25 


6 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


8.75 


8.75 


5.60 


4.75 


7.25 


7 


9.60 


9.60 


9.60 


10.35 


10.35 


6.85 


6.00 


9.00 


8 


10.50 


10.50 


10.50 


11.25 


11.25 


8.10 


7.25 


10.50 


10 


11.65 


11.65 


11.65 


12.40 


12.40 


10.60 


9.75 


14.60 


12 


15.00 


15.00 


15.00 


15.75 


15.75 


14.85 


14.00 


20,00 



For other dimensions, size of screws, etc., see No. 830, page 75. 

No. 260-3, 33^ and 4Tinch packed one dozen pairs in a box; 43^. 5, 6, 7 and 8, one-half 
dozen; 10 and 12-inch, J^ dozen. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

No, 828 3-inch, one dozen pairs in a box; 33^, 4, 43^, 5, and 6-inch, J^ dozen pairs in box; 
7, 8 and 10-inch, }/i dozen pairs in a box; 12-inch one pair in a box. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE JOINT PARLIAMENT BUTTS 

WITH BALL TIPS 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 



No. 829. BRIGHT STEEL 





No. 257 A 


257 D2 


257 F 


257 F2 or F4 


739 Jl 


739 


Size 
Width. 
Open 
Inches 


Planished 

Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Planished 
Antique 

Copper 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


Planished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
Screws 


Planished 

Antique 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Japanned 

Dead Black 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Japanned 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


W2 


17.50 


$8.00 


$8.00 


$8.00 


$6.75 


$4.80 


3 


7.80 


8.80 


8,80 


8.80 


7.00 


5.30 


W2 


8.10 


9.10 


9.10 


9.10 


7.30 


6.00 


4 


8.50 


9.50 


9.50 


9.50 


7.65 


6.50 


4J^ 


9.50 


10.50 


10.50 


10.50 


8.55 


7.50 


5 


10.50 


11.50 


11.50 


11.50 


9.45 


* 8.00 


^^ / 


/ 11.50 


12.50 


12.50 


12.50 


10.35 


8.80 


/ 


12.50 


13.50 


13.50 


13.50 


11.25 


9.60 


7 / 


14.00 


15.50 


15.50 


15.50 


12.60 


10.80 


8 


15.00 


16.50 


16.50 


16.50 


14.00 


12.50 



Size 
Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Per 
Dozen 
Pairs 


Size 
Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Per 
Dozen 
Pairs 


Size 
Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Per 
Dozen 
Pairs 


Size 
Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Per 
Dozen 
Pairs 


Size 
Width, 
Open 
Inches 


Per 
Dozen 
Pairs 


3Ji 


$3.50 
4.00 
4.50 


4 
5 


$5.00 
5.60 
6.20 


W2 

6 

7 


16.90 
7.40 

8.90 


8 

9 

10 


$10.50 
12.50 
13.60 


11 
12 


$15.00 
16.70 



For other dimensions, numbers and sizes of screws, etc., see No. 830 on opposite page. 

4-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box; larger sizes, one- half dozen. 

These butts can also be had with steeple tips in the same finishes and at the same prices 

as above. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE JOINT PARLIAMENT BUTTS 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 





d 


/ 






/ 










• 

No. 830 


268 A 


746 


1333 ^ 


/ 








Width 
Inches 


Bright 

Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Planished 

and Bronzed 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Japanned 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Galvanized 
with Brass 
Pins. Per 
Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 


Size of 

Screw 

Number 


Width 
Between 
Flanges 

Inches 


Length 
of Joint 
Inches 


Length 
of Sides 
Inches 


2^ 

3 

3J4 


$1.70 
2.00 
2.20 


$6.20 
6.80 
7.50 


$2.90 
3.30 
3.50 


$5.60 
6.10 
6.75 


8 
8 
9 


2 


1% 


2A 
2A 
2A 


4 
5 


2.50 

3.10 

-3.40 

'' 4.00 


8.10 

8.80 

9.70 

10.60 


3.90 
4.60 
5.00 
5.60 


7.30.- 
7.90 

8.75 
9.60 


9 
9 
9 
9 


9J- 


1% 


2A 
2A 
2A 
2A 


9-r 


4.30 
5.60 

7.10 

8.70 


11.60 

. 13.50 

15.00 


6.00 

7.30 

8.90 

10.50 


10.50 
12.15 
13.50 
15.00 


10 
10 
11 
12 


18 


2 

2M 
2M 

2M 


2ii 
3iV 
3A 
3A 


10 
11 
12 


9.30 
10.50 
12.50 




11.10 
12.50 
14.50 


16.00 
18.00 
21.00 


12 
12 
13 


11 


2iV 

2J^ 

2ys 






^ 

















10, 11 and 12-inch have eight screw holes in each butt; other sizes, six. 

No. 830, 5-inch and smaller, packed one dozen pairs in a box; larger sizes, one-half dozen. 

Other numbers, 4-inch and smaller, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws; larger sizes, 
one-half dozen. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE JOINT LIGHT PARLIAMENT BUTTS 




Cut of 2}^-inch, Actual size 



Size 

Width. 

Open 

Inches 


No. 832 

Bright 

Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


273 A 

Polished 

Bronzed 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


274 A 

Planished 
Bronzed 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
■ Screws 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Width 
Between 
Flanges 

Inches 


Length of 
Joint 
Inches 


Length of 
Sides 
Inches 


2H 
3 

4 


$1.60 
1.90 
2.10 
2.40 


$9.00 

9.80 
10.60 
12.00 


$5.90 
6.50 
7.10 
7.75 


6 
6 
6 

7 


iy2 

2 

2H 


1 
1 

lA 


lii 



WROUGHT STEEL LOOSE PIN LIGHT PARLIAMENT BUTTS 




Cut of 23^-inch. Actual size 



Number 



833 
275 A 



Description 



Bright Steel 

Planished and Bronzed, with screws 



Width, Open 
Inches 



2J^ 
3 

2Ji 
3 



Per Dozen Pairs 



$2.00 
2.30 
6.40 
7.00 



Six screw holes in each butt. All, one dozen pairs in a box. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 

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EXTRA HEAVY WROUGHT SHUTTER BUTTS 

WITHOUT HOLES 
FOR IRON SHUTTERS, GATES, JAIL WORK, ETC. 




Cut of 33^ X 3j^-inch. Actual size 



No. 850. PLAIN STEEL 



Size, Open, 
Inches 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 


Size, Open, 
Inches 


Per Dozen 
Paira 


Size, Open, 
Inches 

1 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 


2 x2 


$1.80 


3^x3H 


$6.00 


4 x4 


$8.00 


21^x23^ 


3.00 


3^x4 


6.50 


4 x5 


9.50 


3 x3 


4.00 


3^x5 


7.00 


i 43^x41^ 


10.00 


3 x33^ 


4.50 


4 x3 


7.00 


5 x5 


15.00 


33^x3 


5.50 


4 x3J^ 


7.50 







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WROUGHT ORNAMENTAL HINGES, CORRUGATED 

IN BRASS OR STEEL 




Cut actual size 



Length of joint, 1 J^ inches; extreme width when open, 4J^ inches 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 


1403 


Wrought brass, dipped 


$5 60 


1404 
1404 D2 

1404 N 

1405 A 
1405 D2 

1405 N 

1406 A 


Wrought brass, polished 

Wrought brass, antique copper 

Wrought brass, polished, nickel-plated 

Wrought steel, polished, bronzed 

Wrought steel, polished antique copper 

Wrought steel, polished, nickel-plated 

Wrought steel, planished, bronzed 


6.00 
7.00 
7.50 
4.50 
5.00 
5.50 
3.50 



One-half dozen pairs in a box, with oval head screws. The brass hinges with brass screws, 
the steel hinges with plated iron screws. 

The corrugations about the joint greatly increase the strength of the hinges. 

Brass screws to match finish are now furnished with all brass hinges. 

No. 1403 and 1404 have a special joint construction being furnished with steel pins 
sealed at the ends by spinning brass over the whole end of the joint, as shown in cut of 1408 
on opposite page. This construction affords a strong, good looking joint well protected from 
damp atmosphere and dust. 

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WROUGHT ORNAMENTAL HINGES, CORRUGATED 

3/8-INGH OFFSET IN SHORT LEAF, FOR REFRIGERATORS 




Cut actual size 



Length of joint, 1^ inches; extreme width when open, 4^^ inches 



Number 



1407 


1408 


1408 D2 


1408 N 


1409 A 


1409 D2 


1409 N 


1410 A 



Description 



Wrought brass, dipped 

Wrought brass, polished 

Wrought brass, antique copper .... 

Wrought brass, nickel-plated 

Wrought steel, polished, bronzed . . . 
Wrought steel, polished antique copper 
Wrought steel, polished, nickel-plated . 
Wrought steel, planished, bronzed . . 



Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 



$5.80 
6.20 
7.20 
7.70 
4.70 
5.20 
5.70 
3.70 



The wrought brass hinges have steel washers in the joints to prevent any possible wear. 

One-half dozen pairs in a box with oval head screws. The brass hinges with brass screws 
the steel hinges with plated iron screws. 

The corrugations about the joint greatly increase the strength of the hinges. 

No. 1407 and 1408 have a special joint construction being furnished with sherardized 
steel pins and with joints sealed at the ends by spinning brass over the full ends of the joint. 
This construction affords a strong, good looking, rust proof joint. 

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WROUGHT ORNAMENTAL 



Cut actual size 




HINGES, CORRUGATED 



Length of joint, IJi 
inches; extreme width 
when open, 5J4 inches. 
Weight per doz, pair, 
with screws, 7 J^ pounds. 



Number 


Wrought Brass 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


Number 


Wrought Steel 


Per Doien 
Pair^ 

with Screws 


1411 
1412 
1412D2 
1412 N 


Dipped 

PoUshed 

Antique copper . . . 
Nickel-plated .... 


$6.00 
6.50 

. 7.50 
8.00 


1413 A 
1413D2 

1413 N 

1414 A 


Polished, bronzed . . 
Polished, antique copper 
Polished, nickel-plated . 
Planished, bronzed . . 


$4.70 
5.20 
5.70 
3.70 



One-half dozen pairs in a box, with oval head screws. The brass hinges with brass screws; 
the steel hinges with plated iron screws. 

The corrugations about the joint greatly increase the strength of the hinges. 

No. 1411 and 1412 have a special joint construction, being furnished with steel pins having 
joints sealed at the ends by spinning brass over the entire ends of the joint, as shown in cut 
of 1408 on previous page. This construction affords a strong, good looking joint protected 
from damp atmosphere and dust. 

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WROUGHT ORNAMENTAL HINGES, CORRUGATED 




Cut full size 



Length of joint, 1% inches; extreme width when open, 4^ inches 
Weight per dozen pairs, 6 2/5 pounds, with screws 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


1415 


Wrought brass, dipped 


$5 80 


1416 


Wrought brass, polished 


6 20 


1416 D2 
1416 N 


Wrought brass, antique copper 

Wrought brass, nickel -plated 


7.20 
7.70 


1417 A 
1417 D2 

1417 N 

1418 A 


Wrought steel, polished, bronzed 

Wrought steel, polished, antique copper 

Wrought steel, polished, nickel-plated 

Wrought steel, planished, bronzed 


4.70 
5.20 
5.70 
3.70 



One-half dozen pairs in a box, with oval head screws. The brass hinges with brass 
screws; the steel hinges with plated iron screws. The corrugations about the joint greatly 
increase the strength of the hinges. No. 1415 and 1416 have a special joint construction 
being furnished with steel pins having joints sealed at the ends by spinning brass over the 
full ends of the joint, as shown in cut of 1408 on page 79. This construction affords a strong, 
good looking joint, well protected from damp atmosphere and dust, 

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WROUGHT ORNAMENTAL HINGES 




Cut oi 214 X 21^-inch. Actual size 



Number 



Description 



Size, 
Open 

Inches 



Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 



1420 A : Wrought steel, planished and bronzed 



1420 D2 Wrought steel, planished antique copper 



1421 A Wrought steel, polished and bronzed 



1421 N Wrought steel, polished, nickel-plated 



1421^ Wrought brass, polished, with brass 
screws . 



14211^ Wrought brass, dipped, with brass 
screws 



l^xiM 

23^x2H : 

3 x3 , 

mxiH \ 

2^x23^ 
3 x3 

IMxlM ' 
2J^x2^ I 
3x3 I 

2^x2H I 
3 x3 

23^x2^ 
I 3 x3 

\ 23^x23^ 
3 x3 



$2.00 
2.20 
2.80 

2.35 
2.55 
3.20 

3.00 
4.00 
4.75 

4.00 
5.20 
6.00 

3.50 
5.00 
6.50 

2.70 

4.50 
6.00 



Weights 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 

with Screws 
Pounds 



1^ 

54/5 



as 
above 



14/5 
34/5 

same 

as 
above 



One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 



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WROUGHT ORNAMENTAL HINGES 

WITH 3/8-INCH OFFSET, FOR REFRIGERATORS 







Cut of 23^ X 2H-inch. Actual size 



Number 



Description 



1422 A Wrought steel, planished and bronzed 



1422 D2 Wrought steel, planished antique copper 



1423 A Wrought steel, polished and bronzed 



1423 N Wrought steel, polished, nickel-plated 



1423)4 Wrought brass, polished, with brass 
screws 

1423 J^ Wrought brass, dipped, with brass 
screws 

One dozen pairs in a box, with screws, 

83 



Size, 
Open 
Inches 



2y2x2y2 

3 x3 

iMxl^ 

2y2x2V2 

3 x3 

IH X IH 

2J^x2J^ 
3 x3 

m X iH 
2y2x2y2 

3 x3 

iVixlYi 

2y2x2y2 

3 x3 

mxiH I 

2J^x2^ ' 
3 x8 





Weights 


Per Dozen 


Per Dozen 


Pairs 


Pairs 


with Screws 


with Screws 




Pounds 



$2.10 
2.30 
3.00 

2.45 
2.65 
3.40 

3.40 
4,40 
5.20 

4.40 
5.60 
6.50 

3,75 
5.70 
7.20 

2.90 
5.20 
6.70 



14/5 
4 
6 1/5 



same 

as 
above 



2 

4 2/5 
6 4/5 

same 

as 
above 



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Cut about two-thirds size 
Length of long strap, 4^ inches; width of short end, 2% inches; width at joint, 1% inches 



Number 


Description 


Per Doz. 

Pairs 

with 

Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Doz. 
Pairs 
with 
Screws 


1424 A 
1424 C 
1424D2 
1424 N 


Planished and bronzed . 
Planished and brass-plated 
Planished antique copper 
Planished, nickel-plated . 


$4.40 
4.40 
5.00 1 
6.00 1 


14243^ A 
1424 }^G 
1424 i^D2 

14243^N 


Polished and bronzed . . 
Polished and brass-plated 
Polished antique copper . 
Polished, nickel-plated . 


$6.60 
6.60 
7.20 
8.20 



One-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 

WITH 3/8-INGH OFFSET 




Cut about two-thirds size 
Length of long strap, 4^ inches; width of short end, 2% inches; width at joint, IH inches 







Per Doz. 




..... . 


Per Doz. 


Number 


Description 


Pairs 
with 


Number 


Description 


Pairs 
with 






Screws 




Screws 


1425 A 


Planished and bronzed . 


$4.70 


1425 HA Polished and bronzed . . 


$6.90 


1425 C 


Planished and brass-plated 4 . 70 


14251^0 Polished and brass-plated 


6.90 


1425D2 


Planished antique copper 5.30 


1425KD2 


Polished antique copper . 


7.50 


1425 N 


Planished, nickel-plated . 6.30 


1425 J^N 


Polished, nickel-plated . 


8.50 



One-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 

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HINGES 




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Cut of No. 1438. Actual size 

Length of Long Strap, 2% inches 
Extreme width of short end, 2% inches 
Width at joint, IM inches 



WITH 3/8-INCH OFFSET 




Cut of No. 1446. Actual size 

Length of Long Strap, 2^ inches 
Extreme width of short end, 2J4 inches 
Width at joint, 134 inches 




Packed one-half dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 

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WROUGHT STEEL REFRIGERATOR HINGES 




Cut half size 
Length of long strap, 7 inches; width of short end, 4 inches; length of joint, 2 inches 



Number 



1460A 
1460G I 
1460D2 
1460N , 



Description 



Planished and bronzed . 
Planished and brass-plated 
Planished antique copper 
Planished, nickel-plated . 



Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 



$10.50 
10.50 
11.00 
11.50 



Number 



Description 



Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 



1461A 
1461G 
1461D2 
1461N 



Polished and bronzed . . 
Polished and brass-plated 
Polished antique copper . 
Polished, nickel-plated . 



$16.00 
16.00 
16.50 
17.50 



WITH 3/8-INCH OFFSET 




Cut half size 
Length of long strap, 7 inches; width of short end, 4 inches; length of joint, 2 inches 



I 



Number 



1462A 
1462C 
1462D2 
1462N 



Description 



Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 



Planished and bronzed . | $11.00 

Planished and brass-plated | 11 . 00 

Planished antique copper 11.50 

Planished, nickel-plated . i 12.00 



Number 



Description 



1463A 
1463G 
1463D2 
1463N 



Per Doz. 

Pairs with 

Screws 



Polished and bronzed . . 
Polished and brass-plated 
Polished antique copper . 
Polished, nickel-plated . i 



$16.50 
16.50 
17.00 
18.00 



All, one pair in a box, with screws. 



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4 


3) 

Cut ha 

of long strap, 53^ inches; width of she 
One-quarter dozen pah 


! 


■x 

Jl ® 

4 inches; length of joint, 2 
)x, with screws 


) 


• 
Length 


If size 

rt end, 
s in a be 


.34 inches 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1465A 
1465C 
1465D2 
1465N 


Planished and bronzed . 
Planished and brass-plated 
Planished antique copper 
Planished, nickeUplated . 


$9.50 

9.50 

10.00 

10.50 


1466A 
1466G 
1466D: 
1466N 


Polished and bronzed . . 

Polished and brass-plated 

X Polished antique copper . 

Polished, nickel-plated . 


$14.00 
14.00 
14.50 
15.00 



HEAVY WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL BALL-BEARING 
REFRIGERATOR HINGES 




Cut one-fourth size 
Length of long strap, 16 inches; width 
of short strap, 3}^ inches; length of 
joint, 8 inches. One pair in a package. 



Number 


Description 


Per Pair 


Number 


■ Description 


Per Pair 


1450 N 
1338 


Nickel-plated 

Galvanized 


$20.00 
16.50 


1339 
1450J1 


Tinned 

Dead black, Japanned . 


$16.50 
15.00 



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HEAVY WROUGHT STEEL REFRIGERATOR HINGES 

WITH BRASS PINS AND STEEL WASHERS 



Cut of No. 1341, 8-inch. About half-siz 




Size 

(Length of Strap) 
Inches 


No. 1455J1 

Dead Black Japanned 
Per Pair 


1340 

Galvanized 
Per Pafr 


1341 

Tinned 
Per Pair 


8 
10 


$2.35 
2.65 
3.10 


$2.50 
2.80, 
3.30 


$2.50 
2.80 
3.30 



Width of T, 2% inches; length of joint, 7 inches; width of strap at joint, 3 inches. 
One pair in a package. 

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WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGES 

PLANISHED AND BRONZED 




No. 1400A 

Cut of 4-mch. Actual size 



Size (Length of Ornamental Strap), Inches 


length of Joint, Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs, with Screws 


4 
4^ 


m 


$3.00 
3.30 



One dozen pairs in a box, with round head screws. 

WROUGHT BRASS ORNAMENTAL HINGES 




Length of joint, 2 
inches; width, open, 
35^ inches. 



Number 



1445 
1445 N 



Cut actual size 



Description 



Wrought brass, polished, with brass screws . . . 
Wrought brass, nickel-plated, with brass screws . . 



One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 



89 



Per Dozen Pairs 



$5.00 
6.00 



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HEAVY WROUGHT STEEL GARAGE HINGES 

WITH BALL-BEARING WASHERS 




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Cut of No. 1457, about half size of 10-inch 
Made in 10-inch and 24- inch sizes. For 36-inch see opposite page 
Doors hung on these hinges can be closed tightly. This is impossible with hangers. 







Per Pair with Screws 


Number i*imsii 


10-inch 


24-inch 


1457 
1457 G 


Plain steel, without screws 


13.70 


'$4.00 


Brass-plated, with screws 


5.00 
5.00 
4 20 


5 30 


1457 D2 
1457 J 


Antique copper, with screws 

Japanned, with screws 


5.30 
4 50 


1457 J 1 
1457 Z 


Japanned, dead black, with screws 

Stanley Sherardized, with screws ...-.., 


4.70 
5.50 


5.00 
7.00 



Dimensions of 10-inch: Length of strap, 10 inches; width of T, 2J^ inches; length of 
joint, 7 inches; width of strap at joint, 3 inches. Dimensions of 24-inch same as 10- inch 
except that strap is 24 inches long. Strap is same width at joint and end of strap as 10-inch. 

One pair in a package. 

These hinges are designed particularly for garage or other heavy doors. The T leaf is 
fastened on the inside of the casing, and the strap to the surface of the door. The ball-bearing 
washers permit the doors to swing smoothly and easily without friction. For description of 
ball-bearings see page 20. 

Also made with 36-inch strap; see opposite page. 

Made right and left hand. In ordering state hand wanted, 

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GARAGE DOOR HINGE 

EXTRA HEAVY 

FULL SURFACE, REVERSED PAD 

EQUIPPED WITH BALL BEARING WASHERS 




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Note how door 
is carried away 
from opening, 
leaving the en- 
trance entirely 
unobstructed. 




The screw holes in the pad will 
easily go within a space of 1% inches. 
The total width of the pad including 
the barrel is 3^^ inches. 

This hinge is made of the same 
gauge and weight of steel as No. 1458, 
(see page 91). 

It is 24 inches long, packed with 
2 -inch No. 20 wood screws, one pair 
in a package. 



No. 1456— This Hinge is 

especially designed for heavy 
doors on entrances used by 
vehicles. It allows the use of 
the entire space, as the door is 
swung chiar of the opening. 

It is easily applied. Mortis- 
ing is unnecessary. Two of the 
holes are exposed for fastening 
screws or bolts from the outside. 
Three holes are covered over by 
the long leaf, so that when the 
door is closed, the hinge niay not 
be removed. The casing should 
be flush \nth the face of the door. 

When specified on the order, 
% X SV^-inch carriage bolts fo'r the 
strap and 2-inch No. 20 wood screws 
or % X 2-inch lag screws for the pad 
will be fumishoi. 

Finished in Dead Black Japan, 
1456-Jl; Japanned 1456-J Stanley 
Sherardized, 1456-Z; or Dead Black 
Japan over Stanley Sherardized, 
1456-Z-Jl. 

For prices see price sheet. 






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Corrugated 

WITH BALL-BEARING WASHERS 

No. 1458 with 1^ inch offset for wood. 

No. 1459 with 2}^ inch offset for brick and concrete. 

These hinges permit closing doors tightly, which 
is impossible with Hangers. 



Cut about 1/5 size. 



Number 


Finish 


1458 -1459 


Plain steel, without screws 


1458 G -1459 G 


Brass-plated, with screws 


1458 D2-1459 D2 


Antique copper, with screws 


1458 J -1459 J 


Japanned, with screws 


1458 Jl -1459 Jl 


Japanned, dead black, with screws 


1458 Z -1459 Z* 


Stanley Sherardized, with screws 



PRIGES ON APPLICATION 

Length of hinges from center of joint, 36 inches. 

Gauge of metal .203. 

Width of long strap at joint, 4 inches; at end, 2 inches. 

Widith of pad on 1458, 2% inches; on 1459, 4 inches. 

Countersunk for No. 20 wood screws, and with com- 
bination holes, to take % inch lag screws or carriage bolts 
on the strap. 

Packed one pair in a package with 2 x 20 wood screws. 

We shall furnish when ordered, /^ x 334 ii^ch carriage 
bolts for the strap, and 2 x 20 wood screws, or ^ x 2 inch 
lag screws for the pad. Made right and left hand. For 
10 and 24 inch style see opposite page. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see 
page 10. 

The corrugation adds to the strength and appearance 
of the hinges. 

By the use of B B washers all friction in the joint is 
practically overcome, so that there can be no wearing 
down of the butt under the sever- 
est strain, no creaking of the door 
and no need of oiling the butt, 
thereby disfiguring finishes 
and gathering dust. The 
door swings easily and 
noiselessly. The washers 
are so constructed that 
they cannot come apart, 
and the improved brass 
cap protects the balls 
from moisture and dust. 
The hardened tool steel 
balls are set in a case- 
hardened raceway, and 
each bearing will sustain 
a load of 1,000 pounds 
without crushing. 





Two-Thirds Actual size. 

Cut of washer taken apart to 

show construction 



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WROUGHT STEEL GARAGE DOOR HOLDER 




No. 1775 Applied 



Number 


Finish 


Per Pair 

with 

Screws 


1775 J 

1775 Z* 


Japanned . 

Stanley Sherardized .... 


$15.00 
18.00 



Cut about 1/7 actual size 



This Wrought Steel Door Holder is applied in a safe 
position and is protected by the building from the ele- 
ments when the door is closed. 

Constructed of 1-inch Angle Iron, it has great strength 
and considerable leverage on the door. Throwing the 
door open sets the device in action, and without going 
out of doors a slight pull on the attached chain releases 
the lock and draws the door shut. It is easily applied, 
out of the way, and no mortising is necessary. The 
longer arm is attached to the door by means of the channel- 
shaped plate, and the shorter arm is screwed to the 
under side of the cross jamb through the small angle plate. 
Weight, 9 pounds. 
Length, open, 48 inches. 
Length, closed, 273^ inches. 

Packed one right and one left hand in a package 
complete with screws and four guide staples wrapped in 
separate package to prevent loss. 



*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 



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GARAGE DOOR HOLDER 

WROUGHT STEEL 




About one-sixth size 

No. 1774 



This holder is an arm of steel which holds back garage doors, 
preventing them from slamming and smashing an expensive lamp 
or the door itself. It is strong, simply constructed, easily applied 
and cannot get out of order. 

There are just three parts : The U-shaped 30-in. bar of heavy steel which 
holds back the door; the pivot plate equipped with a heavy rivet 7/16-inch 
thick, coupling the bar to the door ; and the bumper plate which locks the bar 
to the frame of the garage at two points. 

The holder is reversible for right or left-hand doors and can be applied 
to any shaped door. There is nothing about it to adjust or to get out of order. 

The pivot plate is attached to the door so that the distance from the 
plate to the jamb can be made as great as possible, thus increasing the strength 
and ability of the holder to do its work. 

The patented tubular grip 
and "Tenso" chain, which, in- 
cluding the grip, is 4 feet long, 
are other improvements over 
former styles. 

This holder is packed com- 
plete with directions for appli- 
cation — staples and 1% x 14 
screws, one pair in a box. Av- 
erage gross weight per pair, 8>4 
pounds. 

Furnished Japanned, 1774J; 
Dead Black Japanned, i,774ji ; 
in Stanley Sherardized, 1774Z; 
and Japanned Dead Black over 
Stanley Sherardized, (Z1774 Ji,) 
(See page 10.) 

For net prices see price sheet. 




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WROUGHT STEEL BACK CATCH 

WITH PULL, SPRING AND BUMPER 

FOR I?i.INCH GARAGE AND BARN DOORS 

No. 1254 
This Back Catch holds the door firmly when swun^ open aeainst 
the s.de of the U:ilding. Opening the d'oor forces tfe s o'^Tol 




Packed one set in a 
box, with three only, 
1x9 flat head screws 
for the handle, and sev- 
en only, 1 X 10 round 
head screws for catch 
and escutcheon . 

G ross weight of each 
% pound. 



Extreme length of 
handle, 7^2 inches. 



Furnished in 

Japanned (1254J) 

Stanley vSherardized 
(1254Z) 

For net prices, see 
price sheet. 



One-half size 



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WROUGHT BRASS STRAP HINGES, CORRUGATED 




Cut of 5-inch. Half size 



Size, LengtH of i 

Each Leaf ' 

Inches ! 



No. 1433 

Wrought Brass 

Dipped, Per 

Dozen Pairs 

with Brass Screws 



1434 

Wrought Brass, 

Polished, Per 

Dozen Pairs 

with Brass Screws 




Width at 
Joint 



Size of 
Screw 



Weight 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 

Pounds 



Packed one pair in a box with brass screws. Screws wrapped separately. 
For these hinges in plain steel, galvanized, etc., see page 107. 

WROUGHT BRASS T-HINGES, CORRUGATED 




Cut of 5-inch, Half size 



Size, Length 

of Strap, 

Inches 



No. 1437 

Wrought Brass 

Dipped 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Brass Screws 



Wrought Brass; 

Polished 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Brass Screws 




Packed one pair in a box with screws. Screws wrapped separately. 
For these hmges in plain steel, galvanized, etc., see page 111, 

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WROUGHT BRASS AND PLATED STEEL STRAP HINGES 





Cut of 5-inch. Half size 




One pair in a box, with screws. Screws wrapped separately. 
For these hinges in plain steel, galvanized, etc., see page 105. 



WROUGHT BRASS AND PLATED STEEL T-HINGES 




Cut of 5-inch. Half size 



Size, 

Length of 

Strap, 

Inches 



No. 1444 A 1444 G 



Wrought 
I Steel 

Bronze- 

i plated 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 



^1.50 
1.80 
2.50 



Wrought 
Steel 
Brass- 
plated 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
Screws 



$1.50 
1.80 
2.50 



1854 I 

Wrought „,.^ , 

Brass i Width 
Polished of ?trap 

Per Dozen at Joint. 

Pairs with i Inches 
Brass 

Screws , 



$3.40 
4.30 
5.60 






Length Size 

of Joint of 

Inches ! Screw 



2K 

3 



Weight 

Per 

Dozen 

Pairs 

Pounds 



Hx7 

Hx7 
1 x8 



4 



One pair in a box, with screws. Screws wrapped separately. 
For these hinges in plain steel, galvanized, etc., see page 108. 

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'BUTTERFLY* PATTERN 



All hinges listed on this page 
are packed one dozen pairs in a 
box, with screws. The brass 
hinges with brass screws, the 
plated steel hinges with plated 
iron screws. 

Length of joint, \\i inches; 
extreme width of full surface 
hinges when open, 3 inches. 

The full surface hinges both 
with and without ball tips are 
furnished in wrought steel or 
brass, the half surface hinges in 
wrought ateel only. 




Cut actual size 



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Wrought Brass 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Number Wrought Steel 

1 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1430 
1429 
1430 D2 
1430 F 
1430 N 


Polished 

Dipped 

Antique copper . . . 

Dull brass 

Nickel-plated. . . . 


$2.70 
2.40 
3.00 
3.00. 
4.15 


1431 A 
1431 D2 
1431 F 
1431 N 
1431J1 


Planished and bronzed $2 . 10 
Planished ant. copper 2 . 10 
Planished dull brass . 2.10 
Planished, nickel-pltd. 2 . 40 
japanned, dead black 1 . 75 




Cuts actuaPsize 
No. 14a0^ and 1431^ with Ball Tips 



No. 1433 



Number 


Wrought Brass 

with ball tips 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Number 


Wrought Steel 

with ball tips 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1430^ 
1429^ 
1430^ D2 
14303^ F 
1430^ N 


Polished 

Dipped 

Antique copper . . . 

Dull brass 

Nickel-plated .... 


$2.85 
2.55 
3.15 
3.15 
4.30 


1431^ A 
1431^ D2 
1431^ F 
1431^ N 


Planished and bronzed 
Planished ant. copper 
Planished dull brass . 
Planished, nickel-pltd. 
Japanned, dead black 


$2.25 
2.25 
2.25 
2.55 
1.90 



' Number 


' Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1432 A 
1432 D2 
1432 SD2 
1432 F 


Bronze-plated. . . . 
Antique copper . . . 
Ant. copper, sand fin. 
Dull brass 


$2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2,10 


1432 F2 i Antique brass. . . . 
1432 SF2 Antique brass, sand fin. 
1432 H Dead black, elec.-plate 
1432 N Nickel-plated .... 


$2.10 
2.40 
2.40 
2.40 



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HALF SURFACE BUTT, BEVELED EDGE, 
OVAL HEAD LOOSE PINS 

Length of joint, 1 J^ inches 



Number Description 

1473 A Light bronze . . . 77 

1473 D2 Antique copper .... 

1473 SD2 Antique copper sand fin. 

1473 F Dull brass 

1473 F2 Antique brass 

1473 SF2 I Antique brass sand fin. . 

1473 H Dead black, electro-plate 

1473 N Nickeled 

1473 Jl Japanned, dead black. . 

1473 J I Japanned 



Per Pair 

with 
Screws 

SO. 27 ^ 
.27 
.30 
.27 
.27 
.33 
.33 
.39 
.24 
.21 





No. 1474. 

Cut of 13^- 
inch. 

Actual 



Cut of No. 1473. Actual size 
Packed one dozen pairs in a box, with 
oval head screws for the surface leaf, 
flat head for the other; 102 pairs in a 
case. The advantage of oval head over 
round head screws is apparent, as the 
extra purchase obtained by the oval 
head in the countersink insures a rigid 
holding of the butt in place. Round 
head wood screws will not hold butts 
firmly in place, and are less attractive. 

No. 1474 

Length of joint, 1}4 inches, 2 
inches. 

Width, open, 1J4 inches, 2% 
inches. 

Prices are per dozen pairs, with 
screws. 

All, one dozen pairs in a box, with 
oval head screws for the ornamental 
leaf, flat head for the other. 



Number 

1474 A 
1474 D2 
1474 SD2 

1474 F 
1474 F2 



Description 



Bronze-plated . . . 
Antique copper . . 
Antique copper, sand 

finish 

Dull brass .... 
Antique brass . . . 



IKInch 


2 Inch 


Number 


S2,10 


$2.85 


1474 SF2 


2.10 


2.85 


1474 H 


2.40 


3.15 




2.10 


2.85 


1474 N 


2.10 


2.85 





Description 



Antique brass, sand 
finish 

Dead black, electro- 
plate 

Nickel-plated . . . 



IHInch 



$2.40 

2.40 
2.40 



2 Inch 



$3.15 

3.15 
3.15 




^ili-^' 








Size, Length of 


Number 


Description 


Joint, Inches 




IM 


2 


1475 A 


Bronze-plated . . 


$2.10 


$2.85 


1475 D2 


Antique copper . . 


2.10 


2.85 


1475 SD2 Antiquecopper,sand 






1 finish 


2.40 


3.15 


1475 F Dull brass .... 


2.10 


2.85 


1475 F2 Antique brass. . . 


2.10 


2.85 


1475 SF2 Antique brass, sand 






finish 


2.40 


3.15 


1475 H 


Dead black, electro- 








plate 


2.40 


.3.15 


1475 N 


Nickel-plated . . . 


2.40 


3.15 



Cut of 13^-inch, Actual size 



Per dozen pairs with screws. Width, 
open, 23^ and 3 inches. One dozen pairs in a 
box, with oval head screws. 



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Number 


Description 


Size, Length of 
Joint, Inches 




I'A 


2 


1475 J^ A 
1475^ D2 
U75h SD2 

1475^ F 
1475^^ F2 
1475ii SF2 

1475^^ H 

1475^ N 


Bronze- plated . . 

Antique copper 

Antique copper, 
sand finish . . 

Dull brass . . . 

Antique brass . 

Antique brass, 
sand finish . . 

Dead black, elec- 
tro-plate . . . 

Nickel-plated . . 


$2.25 
2.25 

2.55 
2.25 
2.25 

2.55 

2.55 
2.55 


$3.00 
3.00 

3.25 
3.00 
3.00 

3.25 

3.25 
3.25 



Per dozen pairs with 

open, 23^ and 3 inches. 



screws. Width, 



Cut of 1475^, l}^-inches. Full size 



THE **LOTyS" PATTERN 



Number 



1478^ A 
1478^ D2 

1478J^ SD2 
1478Jii F 
1478iS F2 
1478J^ SF2 
1478^ H 
1478^ N 



Description 



Bronze-plated 

Antique copper . . 
Antique copper, sand fin 
Dull brass .... 
Antique brass . . . , 
Antique brass, sand fin 
Dead black, elec. -plate 
Nickel -plated .... 



. Extreme width when open, 2J^ inches. 

HALF-SURFACE HINGES 
WITH LOOSE PINS 






- - _ __ 


Per Dozen 


Number 


Description 


Pairs 

with Screws 


1479^ A 


Bronze-plated .... 


$2.25 


1479^ D2 


Antique copper .... 


2.25 


1479^ SD2 


Antique copper, sand fin. 


2.55 


1479^ F 


Dull brass 


2.25 


1479^ F2 


Antique brass .... 


2.25 


1479^ SF2 


Antique brass, sand fin. 


2.55 


1479^ H 


Dead black, elec. -plate . 


2.55 


1479^ N 


Nickel-plated ..... 


2.55 



Width, open, 1 J^ inches. Joints of all above 
hinges, 1}^ inches long. 

The ornamentation is produced by a raised 
surface. All packed one dozen pairs in a box, with 
oval head screws to carry out the contour of the 
design. 

No. 14793^ is reversible and can be made 
right or left hand by simply unscrewing the 
slotted tip, reversing the pin and screwing the 
tip in the opposite end. Flat head screws in- 
cluded for the plain leaf. 

96a 



^?K^' 



No. 1478^ Cut full size 




No. Unh Cut full size 



H 



N 



WORK 



WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGEvS WITH BALL TIPS 

THE ^'LOTUS'* PATTERN 

No. 1480^, 



Number 

1480^ A 
1480^ D2 
1480 J^ SD2 

1480^ F 
1480J^ F2 
1480>i SF2 

1480^ H 
14803^ N 



Description 



Bronze-plated . . . 
Antique copper . . 
Antique copper, sand 

finish 

Dull brass 

Antique brass . . . 
Antique brass, sand 

finish ..... 
Dead black, elec.-plate 
Nickel-plated . . 



Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 



Cut full size 



$2.25 
2.25 

2.55 
2.25 
2.25 

2.55 
2.55 
2.55 



Extreme width when open, 33^ inches. 



No. 1481^^ 

Full size 





HALF-SURFACE 
WITH LOOSE PINS 



.. 


" — 


Per Dozen 


Number 


Description 


Pairs 
with Screws 


1481^ A 


Bronze-plated 


$2.25 


14815^ D2 


Antique copper 


2.25 


14813^ SD2 


Antique copper, 






sand finish 


2.55 


1481^ F 


Dull brass . . 


2.25 


1481^ F2 


Antique brass . 


2.25 


1481^ SF2 


Antique brass, 






sand finish 


2,55 


1481^ H 


Dead black, 






electro-plate 


2.55 


1481^ N 


Nickel-plated 


2.55 



No.^ 148134 is reversible and can be 
made right or left hand by simply unscrew- 
ing the slotted tip, reversing the pin and 
screwing the tip in the opposite 
end. One dozen pairs in a 
box; complete 
with oval head 
screws for the 
ornamental leaf, 
flat head for the 
plain leaf. 

No. 148»>^ 
Cut full size 

Width, open, 3 3^4 
inches. 

1480^ and 
14823^ one dozen 
pairs in a box 
with oval head screws. 
Joints of all above hinges 
13-^ inches long. 



Width, open, 2% inches. 




Number 


Description , 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


1482^ A 
1482^ D2 
1482^ SD2 

1482^ F 


Bronze-plated .... 

Antique copper . . . 
Antique copper, sand 
finish - . - . . . . 
Dull brass 


$2.25 
2.25 

2.55 
2.25 


1482^ F2 
1482^ SF2 

1482J^ H 
US2^ N 


Antique brass .... 
Antique brass, sand fin- 
ish 

Dead black, elec.-plate 
Nickel-plated .... 


12.25 

2.55 
2,55 
2.55 



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WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGES 

THE '*LOTUS" PATTERN 




The ornamenta- 
tion is produced by 
a raised surface, and 
they are packed 
with oval head 
screws to carry out 
the contour of the 
design. 

Length of joint, 
1 }/2 inches ; extreme 
width when open, 
23^ inches. 



No. 1478. 

Cut actual size 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


1478 A 
1478 D2 
1478 SD2 
1478 F 


Bronze-plated 

Antique copper 

Antique copper, sand fin. 
Dull brass 


$2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2.10 


1478 F2 
1478 SF2 
1478 H 

1478 N 


Antique brass 

Antique brass, sand fin. 
Dead black, elec. -plate 
Nickel-plated 


$2.10 
2.40 
2.40 
2.40 



WROUGHT STEEL HALF-SURFACE HINGES 
WITH LOOSE PINS 




Length of joint, l}4 inches 
Width, open, \% inches 



No. 1479 

Cut actual size 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 


1479 A 
1479 D2 
1479 SD2 
1479 F 


Bronze-plated 

Antique copper .... 
Antique copper, sand fin. 
Dull brass 


$2.10 

2.10 
2.40 
2.10 


1479 F2 
1479 SF2 
1479 H 
1479 N 


Antique brass 

Antique brass, sand fin. 
Dead black, elec. -plate . 
Nickel-plated 


$2.10 

2.40 
2.40 
2.40 



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WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGES 

THE * 'LOTUS" PATTERN 




No. 1483 

Cut actual size 





Length of joint, 1}4 


inches; extreme widt 


h when open, 3% inches 




Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


1482 A 
1482 D2 
1482 SD2 
1482 F 


Bronze-plated 

Antique copper .... 
Antique copper, sand fin. 
Dull brass ...... 


$2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2.10 


1482 F2 
1482 SF2 
1482 H 

1482 N 


Antique brass 

Antique brass, sand fin. . 
Dead black, elec. -plate . 
Nickel-plated 


$2.10 

2.40 
2.40 
2.40 



One dozen pairs in a box, with oval head screws. 

WROUGHT STEEL HALF-SURFACE HINGES 
WITH LOOSE PINS 







Per Dozen 


Number 


Description 


Pairs 
with Screws 


1481 A 


Bronze-plated . 


$2.10 


1481 D2 


Antique copper . 


2.10 


1481 SD2 


Antique copper, 






sand finish . . 


2.40 


1481 F 


Dull brass . . . 


2.10 


1481 F2 


Antique brass. . 


2.10 


1481 SF2 


Antique brass, 






sand finish . . 


2.40 


1481 H 


Dead black, elec- 






tro-plate. . . 


2.40 


1481 N 


Nickel-plated . 


2.40 



One dozen pairs in a box; complete 
with oval head screws for the orna- 
mental leaf, flat head for the plain leaf. 




/ 



No. 1481. Actual size 
Length of joint, 1>'2 inches; width, open, 2J^ inches 



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WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGES 
THE "LOTUS" PATTERN 




Cut actual size 



Length of joint,!^ inches; 
extreme width when open, 
33^ inches 



No. 1480 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 


Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 


1480 A 
1480 02 
1480 SD2 
1480 F 


Bronze-plated 

Antique copper .... 
Antique copper, sand fin. 
Dull brass 


$2.10 
2.10 

2.40 
2.10 , 


1480 F2 
1480 SF2 
1480 H 
1480 N 


Antique brass 

Antique brass, sand fin. . 
Dead black, elec.-plate . 
Nickel-plated ..... 


$2.10 
2.40 
2.40 
2.40 



One dozen pairs in a box, with oval head screws. 

WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL 
HINGES 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 

with Screws 


1492 A 
1492 G 
1492 D2 
1492 F 
1492 F2 
1492 N 


Bronze-plated 

Brass-plated 

Antique copper 

Dull brass 

Antique brass ..... 
Nickel-plated ..... 


$2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.30 



Length of joint, 1 inch; extreme width 
when open, 3 inches. 

One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 




99 



No. 149*^. Cut actual size 



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"GLOVER LEAF" PATTERN 




Prices are per dozen pairs and include 
screws to match 





Description 


Size. Inches 


Number 


H 


1 


1490 A 
1490 C 
1490 D2 
1490 F 
1490 F2 
1490 N 


Bronze-plated . 
Brass-plated . 
Antique copper 
Dull brass. . . 
Antique brass . 
Nickel-plated . 


$1.25 
1.25 

1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
1.50 


$1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.80 



No. 1490. Cut of 1-inch. Actual size 



Width when open, the ^-inch, 2}i inches; 
the 1-inch, 3 inches. 

One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 



*CLOVER LEAF" T PATTERN 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs- 
with Screws 


1494 A 
1494 C 
1494 D2 
1494 F 
1494 F2 
1494 N 


Bronze-plated .... 

Brass-plated 

Antique copper . . . 

Dull brass 

Antique brass .... 
Nickel-plated 


$1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.80 




Length of joint, 1 inch; extreme width 
when open, 2J^ inches. No. 1494. 

One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. Cut actual size 

100 



H 



N 



W O 



R S 



WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGES 



*SHELL" PATTERN 








Per Dozen 


Number 


Description 


Pairs 
with Screws 


1495 A 


Bronze-plated . . . 


$2.10 


1495 D2 


Antique copper. . 


2.10 


1495 SD2 


Antique copper, sand 






finish 


2,40 


1495 F 


Dull brass .... 


2.10 


1495 F2 


Antique brass . . . 


2.10 


1495 SF2 


Antique brass, sand 






finish 


2.40 



1495 H 
1495 N 



Dead black, electro- 
plate . . . 
Nickel-plated 



2.40 
2.40 



No. 1495. Cut actual size 



Length of joint, 1}4 inches; extreme 
width when open, 2^ inches. 

One dozen pairs in a box, with oval 
head screws. 



WITH BALL TIPS 




Cuts actual size 





No. 1483. Full surface 






No. 1483^. Half surface 








No. 1483 


No.l483i 






No.1483 


No.l483i 


Fin. 


Deacription 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 


Fin. 


Description 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 


Per Dozen 
Pairs 






with Screws 


with Screws 






with Screws 


with Screws 


A 


Bronze-plated . . 


$2.25 


$2.25 


F4 


Dullbrass,slgty.ox. 


$2.25 


$2.25 


C 


Brass-plated . . . 


2.25 


2.25 


SF2 
SF4 


Ant. brass,sand fin. 
Dull brass, oxidzd. 


2.55 


2.55 


D2 


Antique copper. . 


2.25 


2.25 




sand fin 


2.55 


2.55 


SD2 


Ant. cpr., sand fin. 


2.55 2.55 


H 


Deadblk.,elec.-pl. 


2.55 


2,55 


F 


Dull brass .... 


2.25 2.25 


N 


Nickel 


2.55 


2.55 


F2 


Antique brass . . 


2.25 2.25 


Jl 


Japanned dead blk. 


2.00 


2.00 



One dozen pairs in a box with oval head screws to match. 

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WROUGHT STEEL ORNAMENTAL HINGES 

**GREEK KEY" DESIGN 




Cut actual size 



No. 1485 

Length of joint, 1}4 inches; extreme width, open, 3^ inches 



Number 



1485 A 
1485 D2 
1485 SD2 
1485 F 



De cription 



I Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 



Bronze-plated. . . . . | $2.10 

Antique copper . . . . j 2.10 
Antique copper, sand fin. 2 . 40 
Dull brass . -. . ... |- 2.10 



Number 



Description 



I Per Dozen 
! Pairs 
with Screws 



1485 F2 Antique brass . .... | $2.10 

1485 SF2 Antique brass, sand fin. . ; 2.40 

1485 H Dead black, elec.-plate . i 2.40 

1485 N Nickel-plated. . . . . | 2.40 




Cut actual size 



No. 1486 

Length of joint, 114 inches; extreme width, open, 2^ inches 



All, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws, 

102 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


Number 


- 
Description 


Per Dozen 

Pairs 
with Screws 


1486 A 
1486 D2 
1486 SD2 
1486 F 


Bronze-plated 

Antique copper .... 
Antique copper, sand fin. 
Dull brass 


$2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2.10 


1486 F2 
1486 SF2 
1486 H 
1486 N 


Antique brass 

Antique brass, sand fin. . 
Dead black, elec. -plate . 
Nickel-plated 


$2.10 
2.40 
2.40 
2.40 



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WROUGHT STEEL WASH-TRAY HINGES 




Cut of 13^-inch. Actual size 
The 1^-inch is similar 




Cut of 2-inch. Actual size 



Size 

Length of Joint 

Inches 


No. 1312 

Galvanized with Brass 
Pins, Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 


1426 A 

Planished, Bronze- plated 

Per Dozen Pairs 

with Screws 


Width 
Open, Inches 


2 


$2.25 
2.70 
3.25 


$1.80 
2.00 
2.25 


m 



One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 
No. 1312 not swaged, No. 1426 swaged. 



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STANLEY STRAP AND T-HINGES 

Packed one pair in a box, with screws. 





A A « il AJi A 



v5 S.AllHUS I 



Cut of No. SC 935 ' 

The various Unes of Stanley Strap and T-Hinges described on pages 105 to 113, also 
the Hinge Hasps shown on page 116 and the Safety Hasps on pages 117 to 120, can be pro- 
cured in pasteboard boxes with screws. The Strap and T-Hinges are packed one pair in a 
box, and the Hinge Hasps single pieces in a box, together with screws of the right number 
and size. 

The screws have been selected after careful tests to determine the most efficient and 
economical size to use. These screws are wrapped in separate papers to prevent their being 
lost, thus insuring a full number in each box. 

The boxes are strong and well made. Each box is plainly labeled, showing the style and 
size of the hinge, making it a quick and easy matter to select the proper box at a glance. 

The advantages of this method of packing hinges are very great. The time required to 
sell and deliver a pair of hinges to a customer is much less than by the old method of-carrying 
the hinges in bins or barrels, wired in bundles. Then too, there is no danger of mistakes either 
in the hinges themselves or the size or quantity of screws. The hinges are clean and the entire 
package is much more neat and attractive to handle. 

Handsome lithographed display cards, showing full sized reproductions of the hinges, 
are furnished to dealers handling this line. These displays serve as sample boards and assist 
the customer in selecting the hinge required. 

In ordering hinges in boxes, prefix the letters Sc to the class number to distinguish from 
the line of hinges in bulk. 

Prices will be furnished on application. 

No. 902 and No. 935 in 6, 8, 10 and 12 inch sizes, are furnished packed with Hinge Nails. 
The nails are protected by the "Stanley Sherardized'* finish, described on page 10, an original 
feature which prevents them from rusting or breaking, though they can be easily bent for 
clinching. 

In ordering hinges in boxes with hinge nails, prefix the letters Na to the class number. 

104 



H 



N 



E 



W O R 



STANLEY Sc. HINGES 



If PACKED WITH SCREWS, ONE PAIR IN A BOX 

This Hinge Display Board, 
consisting of four 18 x 25 litho- 
graphed cards, illustrates in 
their exact color and size, all 
the Stanley Sc Hinges. 

It will be sent postpaid to 
any hardware store carrying 
these Sc Hinges. 

This Display is used as a sample 
board, although it is lighter, hand- 
ier, and more serviceable than if it 
contained mounted samples. The 
customer selects the size and style 
hinge required from the board, the 
clerk takes the hinges, already 
packed with screws, from the 
shelves, and the sale is completed 
in the shortest possible time. 

Stanley Strap and T Hinges packed with screws or nails, one pair in a 
strong, neat Stanley box, have become a necessity in the efforts of progressive 
hardware dealers to keep down the expense of handling hinges and to save 
the time of clerks and customers. 




There are now thousands of dealers 
throughout the country who would no more 
think of carrying loose hinges in bins than 
would an up-to-date grocer sell soda biscuits 
from barrels. 



The foUowing figures refer to Stanley 
Strap and T Hinges, packed wdth either 
screws or nails, one pair in a box, and to 
No. Sc. 912 and No. Sc, 915 Hinge Hasps 
packed with screws, one in a box. 



Size 
In. 



Size 


Size 


Pair 


Screws 


Nails 


in 


Sc. 


Na. 


Case 



Gross 
Weight 

Case 



3 


%x6 




300 


4 


%x7 




300 


5 


1x8 




300 


6 


1x9 




200 


8 


1x10 




100 


10 


11/4X10 




100 


12 


1^4X12 




50 



No. Sc. 901 Medium Strap 



No. So. 900 Ught Strap 

90 
130 
205 
190 
160 
225 
195 

195 
200 
180 
195 
210 
190 

No. Sc. ani Na. 902 Heavy Strap 
195 
2QP 
200 
195 
205 
235 

No. Sc. andNa. 93» Cor'gatd Strap 



4 


1x9 




300 


5 


1x10 




200 


6 


1^x11 




100 


8 


11/4X12 




75 


10 


l%xl4 




50 


12 


l%xl6 




30 



4 


1x9 


6P 


300 


5 


IxlC 8 P 


200 


6 


n^xll 


8 P 


100 


8 


IV4XI2 


9 P 


60 


10 


13/4X14 


ItP 


40 


12 


l%xl6 


16 P 


30 



1x9 
1x10 

mxii 



6 g 300 
8 P 200 
8 P 100 



175 
180 
196 



Size 
In. 



Size 

Screws 

Sc. 



Size 
Nails 
Na. 



Case 



Weight 
Case 



No. Sc. and Na. 935 (Cont.) 



8 


11/4x12 


9P 


75 


10 


l%xl4 


10 P 


50 


12 


l%xl6 


16 P 


30 



No. Sc. 904- UghtT 



3 


%x7 




300 


4 


8/4x7 




250 


5 


1x8 




250 


6 


1x8 




250 


8 


1x9 




175 


10 


IV4XIO 




100 


12 


11/4x11 




60 



No. Sc. 906 Heavy T 

4 

5 

6 

8 

10 

12 

No. Sc. 907 Medium T 



1x8 




200 


1x8 




200 


1x9 




150 


1x10 




100 


IV4XII 




75 


11/4x12 




50 



4 


1x9 




200 


5 


1x9 




100 


6 


1^/4x11 




100 


8 


IV2XI3 




75 


10 


13/4x14 




50 


12 


13/4X16 




30 



200 
205 
190 

100 
110 
165 
185 
190 
170 
140 

105 
160 
100 
135 
160 
150 

125 
105 
150 
225 
225 
200 



Size 
In. 



Size 


Size 


Pair 


Screws 


Nails 


in 


Sc. 


Na. 


Case 



Gross 

Weight 

Case 



No.Sc.andNa.908 Kxtra Heavy T 
180 
155 
225 
190 
225 
250 



1x10 


6P 


200 


1x10 


8P 


100 


lV4xll 


8P 


100 


IV2XI3 


9P 


50 


l%xl4 


10 P 


40 


13/4x16 


16 P 


30 



6 

8 
10 
12 
No. Sc. 937 

4 

5 



10 
12 



1x10 




200 


IxlO 




150 


11/4x11 




100 


IV2XI3 




60 


l%xl4 




40 


13,4x16 




30 



No. S 


»c. 912 


Hing 


e Hasps 


3 


3,4x6 




800 


^y. 


%x7 




300 


6 


1x9 




204 


8 


1x10 


. . 


96 


10 


11/4x10 


.... 


48 


12 


11/4x12 




48 



No. Sc. 915 
3 

4y, 



Corrugated T 
. . . . 200 
. . . . 150 

100 

. . . . 60 
. . . . 40 
. . . . 30 
Hinge Hasps 
. . - . 800 
. . . . 300 
. . . - 204 
... 96 
. . . . 48 
. . . . 48 
Safety Hasps 



No. Sc. 915V2 

7 111/4x111 . 



150 
180 
195 
190 

180 
170 

90 
115 
135 
125 
100 
115 

215 
220 
275 

Safety Hasps 
.. 60 I 140 



%x7 




600 


%x7 


.... 


480 


1x9 




300 



104A 



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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT STRAP HINGES 




Cut of 5-inch, Half size 





No. 900 


952 


1300* 


nmA* 


Size, Length of Each 










Leaf, Inches 


Plain Steel 


Japanned 


Galvanized 


Galvanized, with Brass 




Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Pins, Per Dozen Pairs 


3 


$0.85 


$0.95 


$1.30 


$1.45 


4 


1.10 


1.20 


1.75 


2.00 


6 


1.35 


1.50 


2.35 


2.80 


6 


1.70 


1.90 


3.15 


f3.75 


7 


2.10 


2.30 


3.90 


[4.50 


8 


2.40 


2.65 


4.30 


5.00 


10 


3.30 


3.65 


5,90 


6.90 


12 


4.90 


5.40 


9.20 


10.80 


14 


6.40 


7.05 


12.60 


15.00 


16 


7.90 


8.70 


15.80 


18.80 











Average Weight 


Average Weight 


Size. Inches 


Width at Joint 


Size of Screw 


Dozen Pairs in a 


of Full Barrel 


Per Dozen Pairs 




Inches 


Number 


Barrel 


Pounds 


Pounds 


3 


iji 


6 


225 


607 


2J^ 


4 


1}^ 


7 


150 


604 


4 


5 


lA 


8 


100 


648 


6Ji 


6 


iS 


9 


80 


740 


9 


7 


10 


50 


669 


13 


8 


iVs 


10 


48 


716 


143^ 


10 


2A 


10 


32 


666 


20 


12 


2H 


12 


16 


553 


33 


14 


2H 


13 


13 


643 


48 


16 


3 


13 


10 


630 


61 



^ 



For small sizes of these hinges, bronze-plated and in wrought brass, see page 94. 

• * In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the galvanized 
hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. 

105 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY STRAP HINGES 




Cut of 5-inch, Half size 



Size, Length of Each 
Leaf, Inches 


No. 902 

Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


954 

Japanned 
Per Dozen Pairs 


1302* 

Galvanized 
Per Dozen Pairs 


m2H* 

Galvanized, with Brass 
Pins, Per Dozen Pairs 


4 
5 
6 

8 

10 
12 
14 
16 


$1.60 
2,15 
2.80 
4.50 

6.80 
10.40 
12.20 
14.00 


$1.75 
2.35 
3.10 
4.95 

7.50 
11.45 
13.40 
15.40 


$2.85 
4.25 
6.40 

10.25 

15.50 
23.50 
25.70 
29.50 


$3.30 

5.00 

7.80 

12.35 

19.00 
27.50 
30.40 
34.30 



Size, Inches 



Width at Joint 
Inches 



Size of Screw 
Number 



Dozen Pairs in a 
Barrel 



Average Weight 

of Full Barrel 

Pounds 



Average Weight 

per Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 



4 


lA 1 


9 


100 


610 


6 


5 


lii 


10 


70 


696 


10 


6 


2y2 1 


11 


38 


742 


19 


8 


3 ! 


12 


20 


700 


34 


10 


s^ 


14 


12K 


663 


51 


12 


4 


16 


W2 


666 


82 


14 


43^ 


16 


6 


563 


91 


16 


m 


16 


5 


579 


112 



* In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the galvanized 
hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. 

106 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL CORRUGATED HEAVY STRAP HINGES 




Cut of 5-inch. Half size 



Size. Length of Each 

I.paf Tnrhps 


No. 935 

Plain Steel 


955 

Japanned 


1305* 

Galvanized 


Galvanized, Brass Pins 




Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


4 


$1.60 


$1.75 


$2.85 


$3.30 


5 


2.15 


2.35 


4.25 


5.00 


6 


2.80 


3.10 


6.40 


7.80 


S 


4.50 


4.95 


10.25 


12.35 


10 


6.80 


7.50 


15.50 


19.00 


12 


10.40 


11.45 


23.50 


27.50 



Size. Inches 


Width at Joint 


Size of Screw 


Dozen Pairs in a 


Average Weight 
of Full Barrels 


Average Weight 
Per Dozen Pairs 




Inches 


Number 


Barrel 


Pounds 


Pounds 


4 


lA 


9 


100 


538 


5K 


5 


i« 


10 


65 


550 


8H 





214 


11 


36 


551 


15 


8 


3 


12 


19 


493 


25 


10 


3A 


14 


11 


434 


37H 


12 


4 


16 


8 


502 


60 



These hinges have many points of superiority over the old style hinges. The corrugations 
about the joints greatly increase the strength of the hinge, at the same time rendering it im- 
possible for it to bind upon the pin, no matter how rusty it may get. At the same time they are 
somewhat lighter than corresponding sizes of the regular heavy strap hinges, thus saving 
unnecessary expense for freight, and making them easier to handle than the regular hinges of 
corresponding sizes. 

For small sizes of these hinges in wrought brass, see page 93. 

* In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized 
before putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the 
galvanized hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. 

107 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT T-HINGES 




Cut of 6-inch. Half size 



Size 


No. 904 


956 


1303* 


1303Ji* 


Length of Strap 


Plam Steel 


Japanned 


Galvanized 


Galvanized 


Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


with Brass Pins 
Per Dozen Pairs 


3 


$0.75 


$0.85 


$1.20 


$1.50 


4 


.80 


.90 


1.35 


1.70 


5 


1.00 


1.10 


1.70 


2.10 


6 


1.20 


1.30 


2.10 


2.50 


7 


1.35 


1.50 


2.35 


2.90 


is 


1.50 


1.65 


2.55 


3.25 


9 


1.90 


2.10 


3.35 


4.10 


10 


2.20 


2.40 


3.70 


4.60 


12 


3,00 


3.30 


5.50 


6.70 


14 


3.90 


4.30 


7.70 


10.50 


16 


5.15 


5.65 


9.50 


11.60 



Size. Inches 


Width of Strap 
at Joint 
Inches 


Length of Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


AverageWeight 

of Full Barrel 

Pounds 


AverageWeight 

per Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

8 
9 
10 
12 
14 
16 


in 


23^ 

3 

W2 

4 

4^ 
4M 
5J^ 
6 


7 
7 
8 
8 
9 

9 

10 
10 
11 
12 
12 


200 

130 

100 

80 

60 

48 
40 
33 
22 
12 
11 


560 
471 
492 
514 
545 

471 
539 
442 
470 
415 
340 


3^ 

13Ji 

33 

38 J^ 



For small sizes of these hinges, bronze-plated and in wrought brass, see page 94. 

• In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus injuring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the galvanized 
hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. 

108 



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WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY T-HINGES 




Cut of 6-inch. Half size 



Size, length of Strap 
Inches 


No. 906 

Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


958 

Japanned 
Per Dozen Pairs 


1304* 

Galvanized 
Per Dozen Pairs 


i304M* 

Galvanized, with Brass 
Pins, Per Dozen Pairs 


4 


$0.90 


$1.00 


$1.50 


$1.85 


6 


1.05 


1.15 


1.95 


2.50 


6 


1.25 


1.35 


2.30 


2.90 


8 


1.55 


1.70 


2.80 


3.50 


10 


2.30 


2.55 


4.20 


5.15 


12 


3.20 


3.50 


6.20 


7.75 


14 


4.45 


4-90 


8.80 


11.00 


16 


5.40 


5.95 


10.20 


12.75 


18 


5.75 


6.35 


11.30 ■ 


14.15 



Size, Inches 


Width of 

Strap at Joint 

Inches 


Length of Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


Average Weight Average Weight 

of Full Barrels Per Dozen Pairs 

Pounds Pounds 

( 


4 


lA 


3 


8 


100 


493 


4% 


5 


IVs 


3}€ 


8 


65 


455 


m 


6 


lA 


sy2 


9 


55 


497 


SH 


8 


IH 


4 


10 


40 


500 12 


10 


2 


4H 


11 


25 


500 19 


12 


2,^ 


53^ 


12 


15 


481 31 


14 


3H 


6 


13 


10 


471 45 


16 


3H 


6 


14 


7 


370 50 


18 


SVs 


6 


14 


5 


300 1 56 



* In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the galvanized 
hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. 

109 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY T-HINGES 




'■:'.!5b'"*^" 



Cut of 6-inch. Half size 



Size, Length of Strap i 
Inches 



4 
5 
6 

8 

10 
12 
14 
16 



No. 908 


%0 


Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


Japanned 
Per Dozen Pairs 


$1.80 


$2.00 


2.45 


2.70 


3.00 


3.30 


5.00 


5.60 


7,40 


8.15 . 


10.70 


11.75 


11.80 


13.00 


12.60 


13.85 



1306* 

Galvanized 
Per Dozen Pairs 



$3.20 
4.65 
6.00 

10.00 

14.25 
21,20 
23.00 

24.50 



' 1306M* 

Galvanized, with Brass 
Pins, Per Dozen Pairs 



$3.90 
6.00 
8.50 

13.50 

19.00 
28.00 
30.00 
31.50 



Size, Inches 


Width of 

Strap at Joint 
Inches 


Length of Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screw 

Number 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


AverageWeight 

of Full Barrel 
Pounds 


AverageWeight 

per Dozen Pairs 

Ppunds 


4 


1^ 


iH 


10 


65 


512 


7H 


5 


iH 


4 


10 


37 


517 


13J^ 


6 


2A 


m 


11 


25 


540 21 


8 


25^ 


5^ 


la . 


15 


556 


36 


10 


^Vs ■ 


7 


14 


9 


473 


50 


12 


SH 


7y4, ' 


16 


6H 


529 


78 


14 


ZVi 


7H 


17 


5J^ 


472 


82 


16 


SVs 


7H 


17 


5 


486 


93 



* In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus ins^uring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the galvanized 
hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. 

110 v 



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THE STANLEY WORKS 

HEAVY T-HINGE 

REVERSED PAD 
WROUGHT STEEL / ' 




No. SC 960 Jl 



Time and labor are saved in hanging doors with these hinges 
as the jamb only is mortised, the door put in place and the surface 
leaf applied to the face of the door. 

This reversed pad hinge is 
made of the same extra heavy 
parts as No. 908. It is packed 
with screws, one pair in a box. 
For average weight and dimen- 
sions, see opposite page. 

No. SC960J1 is finished in Dead 
Black Japanned. 

No. Sc 1306 is Gah^anized before 
being put together so as to insure a 



complete coating of all the parts, to se- 
cure easy working joints, and to pre- 
vent rust. 

No. Sc 1306545 besides being Gal- 
vanized, is equipped with a brass pin. 

These reversed pad T-hinges can be 
furnished in 10, 12, 14 and 16-inch 
sizes. 

Packed with screws, one pair in a 
box. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 



llOA 






<•■'/ 



'I if 



i ■>. 






/ 



THE 



STANLEY 



WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL CORRUGATED EXTRA 
HEAVY T-HINGES 



/ 



j'i^-;>'" ' ■♦^ ,, ^ 




Cut of 6-inch. Half size 



Size, Length of Strap 
Inches 



4 
5 
6 
8 

10 
12 



No. 937 

Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 



961 

Japanned 
Per Dozen Pairs 



SI. 80 
2.45 
3.00 
5.00 
7.40 

10.70 



$2.00 
2.70 
3.30 
5.50 
8.15 

11.75 



1307* 

Galvanized 
Per Dozen Pairs 



$3.20 
4.65 
6.00 
10.00 
14.25 
21.20 



1307Ji* 

Galvanized, with Brass 
Pins, Per Dozen Pairs 



$3.90 
6.00 
8.50 
13.50 
19.00 
28.00 



Size, Inches 


Width of 

Strap at Joint 
Inches 


Length of Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


AverageWeight 

of Full Barrel 

Pounds 


AverageWeight 

per Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


4 


w% 


Wi. 


10 


65 


420 1 6M 


5 


IM 


4 


10 


35 


382 lOJ^ 


6 


2^ 


4H 


11 


23 


400 17 


8 


2^ 


5>i 


13 


13)^ 


388 27 


10 


3^ 


7 


14 


8K 


361 40 


12 


3^ 

■ 


'7 


16 


' 


350 j 50 



,K Vt^- ^^f^ ^^^ ™^"y P°',"** °^ superiority over the old style hinges. The corrueations 
trti^h?T^l greatly .»cr.a.e the strength of the hinge, at the same time rendering \timfSe 
Ithtr i ^ '*" ^P "" •""'""; *r '""'^y *' ^^^y set. M the same time they are somewhat 
lighter than corresponding sizes of the regular heavy strap hinges, thus saving unnecessarv 

cX"pondinSzes.' ' "'"' """'"^ ''"" '^''' *° ''""''^ ^^^" '''' refular^hirges o'^ 

For small sizes of these hinges in wrought brass, see page 93. 

nuttLllZtfll'' ?f """• ^""'^ ^o^^^ing joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. We recommend the ealvanized 
hinges with brass pins as being well worth the difference in price. galvanized 

111 



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STANLEY 



WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL MEDIUM STRAP HINGES 



'f '' • '«.• •^"'■■"■^ 




Cut of 5-inch. Half size 





No. 901 


901 J 


nuK^ 


Size. Length of Each Leaf 


Plain Steel 


Japanned 


Galvanized 


Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Brass Pins, per Dozen Pairs 


a 


SO. 75 


$0.85 


$1.40 


4 


.90 


1.00 


2.00 


i 


1.25 


1.35 


2.80 


• :..#■' . 


1.70 


1.80 


4.00 


s 


2.70 


2.95 


6.00 


Id 


3.90 • 


4.25 


9.00 


12 


6.20 


6.80 


14.00 


14 


7.00 


7.50 


17.00 



Size, Inches 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs in a 
Barrel 


Average Weight 

of Full Barrel 

Pounds 


Avesaee Weight 
Per Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


3 


iH 


6 


225 


583 


2K 


4 


lA 


9 


100 


620 


6 


5 


i« 


10 


70 


700 


9H 


6 


2 


12 


46 


750 


16 


S 


^Vi 


12 


27 


708 


25 J^ 


10 


2% 


14 


16 


660 


40 


'12 


SH 


14 


12 


680 


55 


14 


SH 


14 


8^ 


645 


rvA 



These hinges are offered to meet the demand for a hinge between the light and heavy strap 
in weight. They are made of the same gauges of steel as the regular heavy strap hinges of 
corresponding sizes, but are narrower in the joint, making them better proportioned and saving 
weight without sacrificing strength. 

* In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts. 

112 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL MEDIUM T-HINGES 




Cut of 6-inch. Half size 



Size, Length of Strap 
Inches 


No. 907 

Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


907 J 

Japanned 
Per Dozen Fairs 


1309ii* 

Galvanized 

Brass Pins, Per Dozen 

Pairs 


4 


$1.00 


$1.15 


$2.50 


5 


1.40 


1.60 


3.50 


6 


1.85 


2.00 


4.25 


8 


2.85 


3.10 


6.60 


10 


4.10 


4.40 


10,20 


12 


6.25 


6.80 


15.00 



Size 
Inches 


Width of Strap 
at Joint, Inches 


Length of Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


Average 

Weight of Full 

Barrels 

Pounds 


Average 
Weight Per 
Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


4 


m 


3M 


9 


82 


513 


6 


5 


lA 


3^ 


9 


51 


498 


m 


6 


m 


4 


11 


40 


578 


14 


8 


2A 


5 


13 


27 


766 


273^ 


10 


2A 


6 


13 


17 


747 


43 


12 


2H 


7 


14 


103^ 


651 


60 



These hinges are intermediate in weight, between the regular light and extra heavy T- 
hinges. 

* In order to secure easy working joints and prevent rust, these hinges are galvanized before 
putting together, thus insuring a complete coating of all parts, 

lis 



THE 



STANLEY 



WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY STRAP HINGES 

HART'S PATENT 




Cut of No, 939, 5-mch. Half size 



End view of joint with 
pin partly driven out, 
showing construction. 




^^^^^^^^F'*" 



Size, Length of Each Strap 
Inches 


No. 929 

Per Dozen Pairs 


1342 

Galvanized Entire, Per Dozen Pairs 


4 
5 
6 

8 
10 
12 
14 


11.65 
2.10 
2.90 

4.75 

7.10 

10.00 ' 
12.50 


. $1.90 
2.50 
3.60 

6.00 
9.20 
12.70 
16.00 ' 



Size 


Width at Joint 


■ 

Size of Screw 


Dozen Pairs in a 


Average Weight of 


Inches 


Inches 


Number 


Barrel 


Full Barrel 
Pounds 


4 ■'•;■ 


•• lA 


9 


100 


745 


5 


■ • IM 


le ' 


65 


'844 


6 


2}^ 


11 


36 


740 


8 


3 


12 


19 


680 


10 


3A 


14 


11 


584 


12 


4 


16 


8 


575 


14 


4 


16 


6 


488 



Two thicknesses of steel surround the pin throughout its length and extend back upon the 

straps of the hinge, thus giving double thickness of steel at the points where most needed, and 
more than double the strength of an ordinary strap hinge. The short or inside leaves of Nos. 
929 and 931 are galvanized, thus insuring easy working joints and preventing breakage on 
account of rusL 4-inch and 5-inch furnished as illustrated above. Larger sizes similar to 
No. 931, page 115, with two reinforcing prongs on one strap and one on the other. The ends 
of the pins are spun over washers which completely cover the ends of the joint. This affords 
protection from dust and moisture. 

114 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY T-HINGES 
HART'S PATENT 




Cut of No. 931, 5-inch. Half size 



Size 

Length of 

Strap 

Inches 


No. 931 

Per Dozen 
Pairs 


1343 

Galvanized 
Entire 

Per Dozen 
Pairs 


Width of 
Strap - 

at Joint 
Inches 


Length of 
Joint, Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozen Pairs 
in a Barrel 


Average 
Weight of 
Full Barrel 

Pounds 


5 
6 
8 
10 
12 
14 
16 


S2.85 

3.50 

5.60 

8.10 

11.70 

13.85 

15.85 


$3.45 
4.50 
7.00 
10.45 
15.50 
17.85 
20.00 


2'^ 

3t^ 

3-6 


3H 

1% 

6- 
6- 
6- 


10 

11 

13 

14 
16 
16 
16 


35 
23 
13.4 

6 
5 
5 


586 
565 
497 
477 
541 
470 
529 



For detail of construction, see No. 929 on opposite page. 

WROUGHT EXTRA HEAVY HINGE HASPS 



jML^ 




Cut about two-thirds size 
Extreme length, 73^ inches; width, 1% inches; thickness, ],i inch 



No. 941 

Plain Steel 
Per Single Dozen 


941 A 

Bronze-plated, with Screws 
Per Single Dozen 


941J 

Japanned, with Screws 
Per Single Dozen 


1356 

Galvanized. Brass Pins 

with Screws 

Per Single Dozen 


$6.75 


$8.50 


$7.75 


$10.00 



No. 941, in bulk; other numbers, one-half dozen in a box, with screws. 

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WROUGHT STEEL HINGE HASPS. HINGE HASP STAPLES 




No. 913. Cut of 

4J4.inch. Half 
size 



No. 913 



Size • 

Length of Strap 

Inches 


No. 912 

Plain Steel 
Per Single Dozen 


964 

Japanned 
Per Single Dozen 


1308 

Galvanized 
Per Single Dozen 


1308^ 

Galvanized, Braes Pins 
Per Single Dozen 


3 

m 
s" 

10 
12 


$0.50 
.60 
.80 

1.05 
1.50 
2.10 


$0.55 
.65 
.90 

1.15 

1.65 
2.30 


$0.75 
1.00 
1.35 

1.80 
2.70 
3.80 


$0.85 
1.15 
1.55 

2.10 
3.20 
4.60 



Size Width at Joint 
Inches Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Dozens in a Barrel 
No. 912 


Average Weight 

of Full Barrel 

Pounds 


Average Weight 
Per Dozen 

Pounds 


3 

6 

8 
10 
12 


IK 
IK 


6 
7 
9 

10 
10 

12 


250 

180 

96 

60 
40 
30 


520 
516 
500 

500 
518 
589 


2 

2% 
5 

7Ji 
123^ 
19 



No. 913 

Per Single Dozen 




For Hasps 
Inches 



Size of Plates 
Inches 



$0.20 
.23 
.30 
.38 



3 and 4J^ 
6 
8 
10 and 12 



134x13^ 

2 xVA 
2Mx2 



The 2%x 2-inch, two dozen in a package; other sizes, three dozen. 

WROUGHT STEEL HINGE HASPS, WITH SWIVEL PADLOCK STAPLES 




;;^ 



Cut of 4J^-inch. Half size 





No. 914. PLAIN STEEL 




Size, Length of Strap, Inches 


Per Single Dozen 


Width at Joint, Inches 


Size of Screw, Number 


3 

6 

8 


$0.50 

.60 

.80 

1.05 


13^ 

13^ 
1^ 
VA 


6 

7 

9 

10 



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WROUGHT BRASS AND STEEL **SAFETY" HASPS 

PATENTED 




Cut of 4J^-inch. Actual size 



Size 

Length of 

Strap, Inches 



No. 915 

Plain Sted 

Per Single 

Dozen 



3 
6 



$0.90 
1.20 
1.70 



915 J 

Japanned 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$1.10 
1.50 
2.20 



915 A 

Bronze- 
plated 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$1.75 

2.20 
3.00 



915 G 

Brass- 
plated 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$1.75 
2.20 
3.00 



915 D2 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$1.75 

2.20 
3.00 



915 Z 

Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$1.50 
1.90 
2.80 



1310 

Galvanized 

with Brass 

Pins Per Dox. 

with Screws 



$1.80 
2.25 
3.50 



Above packed one-half dozen (single) in a box and all with screws to match except No. 915. 
Also packed one in a box with screws to match including No. 915 as explained on page 104. 
Prices on application. ■ _^ ^^^^^ 



Size, Inches 



3 

4M 
6 



No. 1860* 

Solid Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$5.50 

8.00 

12.00 



Width at Joint 
Inches 



1V2 



Size of Screw 
Number 



Dozen in a Case 

No. 915 



Average Weight of 
Full Case, Pounds 



50 
40 
25 



166 

168 
222 



' Packed one in a box with brass screws. For 2}^-inch jn solid brass see No. 1862, page 128 . 
No. 915^. Same as No. 915 above, except that they are extra heavy. 



Size 
Length 
of Strap 
Inches 



Width at 
Joint 
Inches 



2J^ 



No. 9153^1 915^ J I 915^ A I 915^ C I 915Jg D2 

Plain Stwl Japanned 



$3.50 I $4.25 



Bronze-plat'd Brass-plated 
Per Dozen Per Dozen 
with Screws with Screws 



Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$5.75 



$5.75 



$5.75 



915Jg Z I 13101^ 

Stanley Galvanized 
with Screws P-^o^- 



I 



$5.50 ! $6.50 



All packed one-quarter dozen in a box and all with screws to match, except No. 915>^. Also 
packed one in a box with screws to match including No. 915^ as explained on page 104. Prices on 
application. 

' As will be seen from above cut, these hasps are made with concealed screw holes, rendering 
it impossible to take hasp off when locked, also movable staple to take shrinking of door without 
resetting plate. The vertical staple permits the padlock to hang straight. 



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WROUGHT STEEL ''SAFETY HASP" WITH REMOVABLE AND 
REVERSIBLE PLATE. FOR DOUBLE DOORS. PATENTED 




Straight staple for 
single doors will 
be included when 
ordered. 




No. 936. Cut two-thirds actual size 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen, with Screws 


926 J 
926 Z 


Japanned 
Stanley Sherardized 


$6.00 
6.75 ^ 



For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

Size 6^/2 inches long and 2}4 inches wide. Furnished extra heavy in this 
size only. Equipped with combination countersunk square holes for either 
screws or bolts. Average net weight per dozen, 17.4 lbs. As will be seen 
from above cut, these hasps are made with concealed screw holes, rendering 
it impossible to take hasp off when locked, also movable staple to allow for 
shrinking of door without the necessity of resetting the plate. This hasp can 
be used to advantage on garages, avoiding any possibility of a projecting plate 
scratching the auto as it runs in or out. On barns or sheds there is also a 
field for these hasps. Heavy trucks have bent many a plate through careless 
driving, but such accidents can now be avoided by using the Hasp with the 
removable plate. When the plate is reversed there are no projections over 
edge of door or casing to catch and break harness. 

The new removable plate can be taken off and reversed and securely 
fastened to the staple with the padlock. On removable shutters the plate of 
the old style hasp was always in the way when the shutters were put up or 
taken dow^n. Packed 3^ dozen in a box. 

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No. 917. IMPROVED 
WROUGHT STEEL * 'SAFETY" HASPS 

WITH SWIVEL PADLOCK STAPLES 
PATENT APPLIED FOR 




Cut of 43^-inch. Actual size 



Size 

Length of 

Strap, 

Inches 


No. 917 

Plain 

Steel 

Per Single 

Dozen 

SI. 25 
1.70 
2.40 


917 J 

Japanned 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 

' 11.40 

2.05 

i 2.70 


917 A 

Bronze- 
plated 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


917 G 

Brass- 
plated 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


917 D2 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


917 Z 

Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


917 F 

Dull Brass 

Plated 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


3 

6 


$2.25 
2.85 
3.75 


$2.25 
2.85 
3.75 


$2.25 
2.85 
3.75 


$2.00 
2.60 
3.40 


$2.25 
2.85 
3.75 



Size, Inches 



3 

4J^ 

6 



Width at Joint 
Inches 



Size of Screw 
Number 



Dozen in a Case 
No. 917 



Average Weight of 
Full Case, Pounds 









7 


25 


83 


7 


20 


84 


8 


15 


133 



No. 917, one in a box with screws. 

As will be seen from above cut, these hasps are made with concealed screw holes, ren- 
dering it impossible to take hasp off when locked. 

This hasp is an ideal fastener for barns, as it prevents live stock from pushing the door 
open when the door is not padlocked. The staple is mounted on a swivel plate, making it 
possible to effectually secure the door by giving the staple a quarter turn. The swivel staple 
permits the padlock to hang flat against the door instead of at the inconvenient angles so 
common with the ordinary horizontal staple. 

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WROUGHT STEEL DOUBLE HINGE **SAFETY" HASP 




^ • Cut of No. 9:^5. Actual size 

The hasps are designed particularly for boxes, tool chests, lockers, etc. As shown byjthe 
illustration, when the hasp is closed the screw holes are concealed, making it impossible]to 
take off the hasp without first removing the padlock. 



Size 

Extreme Length of 

Strap, Inches 



No. 925 

Plain Steel 
Per Single Dozen 



$1.95 



925 J 

Japanned 
Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$2.40 



925 A 

Bronze-plated 
Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$3.25 



925 Z* 

Stanley Sherardized 
Per Dozen 
with Sc^:ews 



$3.00 



Size 

Extreme Length of 

Strap, Inches 


Distance Between 

Centers of Hinges 

Inches 


Width at Joints 
Inches 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Average Weight 
Per Dozen, Pounds 


6 


23^ 


IVs 


9 


6H 



Packed six in a box. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL STORM AND SCREEN DOOR HINGES* 




No. 942. FOR STORM DOORS 





No. 1645. FOR SCREEN DOORS 



The No. 942 hinge (8-inch) is for hanging storm doors. In the spring, when the storm 
doors are taken off, screen doors fitted with the No. 1645 hinges can be hung on the same hook. 
Both hinges are well made and strong, the corrugation increasing the strength and improving 
the appearance. They are interchangeable and sold with or without hooks. They have a 
2-inch offset and 4-inch throw to bring the door around flush with the side of brick building 
where the frame of the door is set in beyond the line of the wall. 



Number 



Description 



942 J Japanned, with hooks 

942 Z Stanley Sherardized, with hooks . 

1645 J Japanned, without hooks .... 

1645 Z Stanley Sherardized, without hooks 



Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 



$4.60 
7.00 
3.15 
5.00 



For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single or in pairs. 



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WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY SHUTTER BAR AND GARAGE 

DOOR FASTENER 




1135- Cut of 7- inch 
Half size 



No. 1125 Heavy 
Shutter Bar is made 
in two sizes, 5-inch 
and 7>inch. 

On Garages hav* 
ing side entrance 
this bar makes an 
ideal fastener for 
the inside of the 
large front doors. 

Packed one-half 
doz. in a box. 



Size 
Inches 




No. 1125 

Plain Steel 

per Dozen 

without 

Screws 


No. 1125 J 

Japanned 
per Dozen 
with Screws 


Size of 
Latch 
Inches 


Size of 
Catch 
Inches 


Size of 
Swivel 
Plate 
Inches 


Weight per 
Dozen with 

Screws 
Pounds 


5 

7 


SI. 20 
1.40 


$1.50 
1.70 


5x13^ 

7x13^ 




3xlH 


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WROUGHT STEEL PADLOCK 
EYE 

This No. 1245 heavy wrought steel pad- 
lock eye is made in three sizes and three 
gauges, and is a practical and inexpensive 
devise for securely fastening Garage, Barn, 
Shed and other doors. Can be used to ad- 
vantage with the No. 1252 Heavy Door 
Latch on page 181. 



Cut Full Size 
of Largest 
Eye, No. 3 



Number ^^"^^^ ?^ 
Metal 


Size of 
Screw 


• Size of 
Hole 
Inches 


1 

2 
3 


.095 
.109 
.134 


Mx 7 

Kxii 

1x13 


HxVs 
MxM 



Size 
Number 



'N0.1245J 

Japanned 

per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 



$0.75 
1.00 
1.40 



1245A 

Light I 

Bronze 
per Dozen ! 
Pairs with I 

Screws 



$0.95 
1.25 
1.65 



1245D2 

Antique 

Copper 

per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 



$0.95 
1.25 
1.65 



1245C 

Brass Plate 

per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 



$0.95 
1.25 
1.65 



1245F ! 1245Z* 

?efn^n?" Sh!ra?mz^ed 
per Dozen 



Pairs with 
Screws 



&0.95 
1.25 
1.65 



per Dozen | 

Pairs with ' 

Screws ' 



Size of 
Plates 
Inches 



$0.85 'mxl^ 
1.10 23^xlJ^ 
1-50 |2Mx2A 



Weight 
100 Dozen 
pr. Net 
without 
Screws 
Pounds 



75 
170 
296 



One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. Sizes of screws: M x 7, K x 11 and 1 x 13 
* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, 



, see page 10. 



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WROUGHT STEEL EMBOSSED HASP, NO. 930 



•'•^^.■■ 




Cut shows 
actual size 



For use on trunks, boxes, lockers, etc. 



No. 93a J 

Japanned 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



930 A 930 D2 

Antique 
Light Bronze Copper 
Per Dozen Per Dozen 
with Screws with Screws 



$0.80 



$1.30 



$1,30 



930 F 930 G 930 Z* 

Dull Brass Stanley 

Brass Plate Sherardized 

Per Dozen Per Dozen Per Dozen 

with Screws i with Screws with Screws 



Average 
Size of Weight per 

Screw lOODoz.with 
Screws 

Pounds 



$1.30 



$1.30 



$1.00 



Mx6 



180 



Packed one dozen in a box, with screws. t': 

The embossing not only adds to the appearance of the hasp, but increases the strength, 
thus permitting the use of lighter gauge metal. This makes lighter packages to handle and re- 
duces your freight bills. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. • - . 

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WROUGHT STEEL END GATE HINGES 




Cut of No. 938 

Actual size 



Length of joint, 23^ inches; width, open, 4% inches. 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen Pairs 


938 


Plain Steel 


11.20 
2.00 


938 Z 


Stanley Sherardized 




Cut of No. 939 

Actual Size 



Length of joint, 2}i inches; width, open, 5 inches. 



For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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Number 


Description 


Per Dozen Pairs 


939 


Plain Steel 


$1.20 
2.00 


939 Z 


Stanley Sherardized 



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SOLID LINK WROUGHT TRAP DOOR HINGES 




Cut of 8-inch. One-fourth size 
No. nZ. PLAIN STEEL 



Size. Lengtli of Each Leaf. Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


Width of Strap at Joint, Inches 


8 
10 


$8.00 ' 
11.00 





WROUGHT ROLLED PLATE HINGES No. 940 



m # 




Cut of 8-inch. Half size ■ V : ^s. .i»; 

1-inch Offset— 2-inch Throw ' ^ • - N 

This hinge in J 1 finish is being used on white and light woodwork for Bungalow Doors 
and makes a very artistic effect. 





No. 940 


No. 940 Jl 




No. 940 


No. 940 Jl 


Size, Inches 


Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 
without Screws 


Japanned Dead 
Black, per Dozen 
Pairs with Screws 


Size, Inches 


Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 

without Screws 


Japanned Dead 
Black, Per Dozen 
Pairs with Screws 


6 


12.85 


$3.40 


14 


$5.25 


$6.25 


8 


3.20 


3.75 


16 


6.85 


8.00 


10 


3.70 


4.50 


18 


8.00 


9.25 


12 


4.40 


5.25 






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WROUGHT STEEL CRATE HINGES 







"T" • „\: ■ Cut half size 

Length of each leaf, 3 inches; width at joint, 13^ inches. For No, 6 screw 



Number 


Description 


Per Dozen Pairs 




916 
970 


Plain Steel . 






$0.65 




Japanned 






.75 













WROUGHT STEEL CRATE HASPS 
FOR BERRY BOXES, ETC. 

Seal Hasps Swivel Hasps 





Cut of No. 919. Half size Cut of No, 930. Half size 
Length of strap, 3 inches; width at joint, 13^ inches 


Number 


Description 


Per Single Dozen 


919 




Plain Steel 


SO. 85 


920 


Plain Steel 


.65 









No. 920 countersunk for No. 6 screws. 



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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT CRATE HINGES AND HASPS 

SWIVEL STAPLES 



V^/.-./ • 




Cut of No. 9^1 Hinge. Half size 
PLAIN STEEL 



Per Dozen Sets 
(24 Hinges, 12 Hasps) 


No. 921 

Hinges Separate 
Per Dozen Pairs 


921^ 

Hasps Separate 
Per Single Dozen 


$0.55 


10.29 


$0.26 



Hinges, 2}4 inches each leaf. Width at joint, 1^ inches. 
Hasps, 2}4 inches long (5 inches, extreme). Width at joint, 13^ 
inches. 

Cut of No. 931 J^ Hasp 
Half size 

WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT BASKET HINGES AND HASPS 




. ^^M^kkk'"' 





Cut of No. 344. Actual size 


Size 

Extreme 

Length, 

Inches 


Width 

at 
Joint, 
Inches 


No. 344 A 

Bronze-plated 

per single do z., 

with Screws 


344 G 

Brass-plated 
per single doz. 
with Screws 


2^ 


1 


$0.90 


$0.90 




Packed one dozen in a box, with screws. 



Cut of No. 


345. Actua 


I size 


Size 
Extreme 
Length, 
Inches 


Width 

at 
Joint, 
Inches 


No. 345 A 

Bronze-plated 

per single doz., 

with Screws 


345 C 

Brass-plated 
per single doz. 
with Screws 


2JI 


1 


$0.90 


$0,90 



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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT BASKET HASPS 



iy-'^M 






•3" '.- 



v^ * . One dozen in a box, with screws. 



Size 

Inches 


Width at 
Joint 
Inches 


No. 349 A 

Bronze-plated 

per Single 

Dozen with 

Screws 


349 C 

Brass-plated 

per Single 

Dozen with 

Screws 


2 

2M 


Vb 


$0.80 
.90 


SO, 80 
.90 




Cut of No. 349 2-inch 
Actual size 



* , WROUGHT STEEL "SAFETY" BASKET HASPS 

%m.S--. 



Cut actual 
size 




Number 



Description 



Per Single 

Dozen 

with 

Screws 



346 A Bronze-plated . SO. 90 



346 C I Brass-plated . 
1862* ' Solid Brass . . 



.90 
2.15 



Length, 2J^ inches; width at joint, 
% inch. 

When the hasp is closed and locked, 
the screw heads are covered, and the 
screws cannot be removed. 

One dozen in a box, with screws. 



* For Brass Safety Hasp in larger sizes, see No. 1860, page 117. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LONG CHEST HINGES 




Cut of 8-inch. Half size 



Size.Length 

of Strap 

Inches 


No. 910 

Plain Steel 

Per Dozen 

Pairs 


962 

Japanned 
Per Dozen 

Pairs 


Width of 

Offset from 

Joint to Bend 

Inches 


Width of 
Strap 

at Joint 
Inches 


Length of 
Joint, Inches 


Size of Screws 
Number 


Average 
Weight Per 
Dozen Pairs 

Pounds 


6 


$1.15 


$1.25 


y% 


iy% 


13^ 


8 


5 


6 


1.15 


1.25 


% 




IJ^ 


8 


5 


8 


1.50 


1.65 


% 


IH 


2 


9 


9 


10 


1.65 


1.80 


1 


IM 


2M 


10 


11 


12 


2.45 


2.70 


1 


2 


23^ 


11 


18 


14 


3.00 


3.30 


1 


2 


2}4 


11 


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WROUGHT STEEL LINK HINGES 

FOR BOXES, ETC. 




Cut of 13^-inch. Half size 



Size, Length of Joint 
Inches 


No. 1825 

Plain Steel 
Per Dozen Pairs 


1825 Z* 

Stanley Sherardized 
Per Dozen Pairs 


Length of Each Strap 
Inches 


Width of Link 
Inches 


W2 


$1.15 
2.25 


$1.50 
3.00 


2M 
4 


M ... 



* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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ATWOOD'S WROUGHT STEEL HINGES AND FASTS 




We illustrate herewith a box fitted with Atwood's box hinges and fasts. 
The hinge is so constructed that the leaves are secured to the inside of the box 
and lid, and is double jointed so as to allow the lid to swing back and hang 
perpendicularly against the back of the box. The fast is applied as shown in 
the cut. Boxes trimmed with these hinges and fasts have no projecting parts 
to prevent piling upon one another closely, as the woodwork is flush on all sides. 

These hinges being .made to exact size, boxes can be made up in any 
quantities with the assurance that the hinges will fit when applied. 

Illustrations in detail and prices on following pages. 

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ATWOOD'S WROUGHT STEEL HINGES AND FASTS 

ATWOOD'S **LITTLE DAISY" HINGES 




Cut half size - ^^^. ' ,'^; .> *** 

No. 1800. PLAIN STEEL; . " 



Length of Joint, Inches 



IH 



Length of Strap, Inches 



Per Dozen Pairs 



SI. 75 




For 1%-inch wood 



Cut No. 1 shows inside 
of box with lid open, flat 
against back; No. 2, out- 
side of box with .cover 
closed. *■ * * ♦: •• • 




No. I 



No. 2 



ATWOOD'S LIGHT ^DOUBLE CHAMPION" HINGES 




Cut half size 





No. 1804. PLAIN STEEL 


•H>.'., • 


Length of Joint, Inches 


Length of Strap, Inches 


Per Dozen Pairs 


m 


3 


$2.50 




No. 3 



Can be had for either -^ or ^-inch wood 



Cut No. 3 shows inside 
of box when lid is open, at 
right angles to back of 
box; No. 4, outside of box 
with cover closed. 



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ATWOOD'S WROUGHT STEEL HINGES AND FASTS 

ATWOOD'S HEAVY **DOUBLE CHAMPION" HINGES 





Cut showing box dosed 




Cut showing box open, with lid flat against back 



No. 1816. PLAIN STEEL 



No. 1817. GALVANIZED 



Length of straps, inches . . 


6 


7y2 


"Length of straps, inches . 


6 


73^ 


Per dozen pairs 


$4.00 


$4.30 


. Pet: 4ozen pairs . . ... . 


$6.00 


$6.50 



For either J^~inch or J^-inch wood. Length of joint, 2 inches. 

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ATWOOD'S WROUGHT STEEL HINGES AND FASTS 

ATWOOD'S FASTS 




Cut half size . '.; 

No. 1808. PLAIN STEEL • 

Three pieces 

Per dozen, $0.95 

Can be had for either y& oi" M-inch wood. 

For cut showing box with hinges and 
fasts applied, see page 130. 





Cut half size 
No. 1812. PLAIN STEEL 

Five pieces 
Per dozen, $1.35 
Can be had for either ^ or %-inch wood. 



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ATWOOD»S HEAVY HASPS 
AND STAPLES 



No. 1820 

Plain Steel 
Per Single Dozen 



$2.30 



1821 

Galvanized 
Per Single Dozen 



$3.75 



Length of strap, 6 inches. 
Size of plate, 4x4 inches. 



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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT STRAP TRUNK HINGES 




Cut of 5 X 4-inch. Half size 



Size, Inches 



5x4 
6x4 
6x5 



No. 943 

Plain Steel 



943 J 

Japanned 



943 G 

Brass-plated 



Per Gross Pairs' Per Gross Pairs; Per Gross Pairs 



$6.60 
7.10 
7.70 



$7.60 
8.10 
8.70 



$8.60 
9.10 
9.70 



943 Z* 

Stanley 

Sherardized 

Per Gross fairs 



Width at Joint | Dozen Pairs in 
Inches a Barrel 



$9.20 
10.20 
11.00 






80 
55 
55 



Made from No. 16 gauge steel. 

These hinges will be furnished with offset to go over valance of trunks, if so ordered. 

WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA LIGHT TRUNK HINGES 




Cut of 6 x 4-irtch. Half size 



Size, Inches 



3 x3 

4 x 3 

53^x2^ 
6 x4 I 



No. 944 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 



$2.90 
3.40 
4.00 
4.80 



944 Z* 

Stanley 

Per Gross Pairs Per Gross Pairs pgj. qjoss Pairs 



944 J 

Japanned 



944 G 

Brass-plated 



j Width at Joint Dozen Pairs in 
Inches i a Barrel 



$3.40 
3.90 
4.50 
5.25 



$5.60 
6.00 
6.80 
7.50 



$6.20 
6.60 
7.80 
8.70 






256 
185 
159 
112 



Made from No. 18 gauge steel. Made with offset; 



WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY STRAP TRUNK HINGES 




Cut of 4-inch. Half size 



Size, Length of 

Each Leaf 

Inches 


No. 943Jg 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


943^ J 

Japanned 
Per Gross Pairs 


943Jg G 

Brass-plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


943^ Z* 

Stanley 

Sheiardized 

Per Gross Pairs 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


3 

4 


$5.80 

6.60 


$6.80 
7.60 


$7.80 
8.60 


$8.80 

9.50 


iH 


100 
75 



Made from No. 16 gauge steel. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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HART'S PATENT WROUGHT STEEL TRUNK HINGES 




Cut of 5 X 4-inch, Half size 



Size, Inches 


No. 945 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


945 J 

Japanned 
Per Gross Pairs 


945 G 

Brass-plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


945 Z* 

Stanley 

Sherardized 

Per Gross Pairs 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


Dozen Pairs in 
a Barrel 


5x4 
6x4 
6x5 


$11.60 
12.10 
12.60 


$12.60 
13.10 
13.60 


$13.60 
14.10 
14.60 


$14.30 
15.00 
16.00 


m 
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80 
55 
55 



Made from No. 15 gauge steel. 

HART'S PATENT WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY 
TRUNK HINGES 

FOR SOLE LEATHER AND RAWHIDE TRUNKS 




Cut about half size 



Size, Length of 
Each Leaf, Inches 


No. 946 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


946 J 

Japanned 
Per Gross Pairs 


946 G 

Brass-plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


946 Z* 

Stanley 

Sherardized 

Per Gross Pairs 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


2K 


$24.00 


$25.00 


$26.00 


$27.50 


2 



Made from No. 13 gauge steel. 

In an examination of the construction of Hart*s patent hinges it will be noticed that two 
thicknesses of steel surround the pin throughout its length and extend back upon the straps of 
the hinge, thus giving double thickness of steel at the points where most needed, and more than 
double the strength of an ordinary strap hinge. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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HART'S PATENT WROUGHT STEEL TRUNK STOP HINGES 




Cut of 6 X 4-inch. Half size 



Size, Inches 


No. 9453^ 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


945^ J 

Japanned 
Per Gross Pairs 


945^ C 

Brass-plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


9453^ Z* 

Stanley 

Sherardized 

Per Gross Pairs 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


5x4 
6x4 
6x5 


$14.25 
14.75 
15.25 


$15.25 
15.75 
16.25 


$16.25 
16.75 
17.25 


$17.00 
17.75 
18.50 





Made from No. 15 gauge steel. 

In an examination of the construction of Hart's patent hinges it will be noticed that two 
thicknesses of steel surround the pin throughout its length and extend back upon the straps of 
the hinge, thus giving double thickness of steel at the points where most needed and more than 
double the strength of an ordinary strap hinge. 

WROUGHT STEEL LAP JOINT TRUNK HINGES 




Cut of 6 X 4-inch. Half size 



Size, Inches 


No. 947 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


947 J 

Japanned 
Per Gross Pairs 


947 C 

Brass-plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


947 Z* 

Stanley 

Sherardized 

Per Gross Pairs 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


5x4 
6x4 


$11.60 
12.10 


$12.60 
13.10 


$13.60 
14.10 


$14.30 
15.00 





Made from No. 15 gauge steel. 

* For a description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT TRUNK HINGES 




' Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 

Also furnished flat in 4-inch size only. 



Size, Inches 


No. 1830 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


1830 J 

Japanned 
Per Gross Pairs 


1830 C 

Brass-plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


Width at Joint 
Inches 


Gross Pairs in a 
Case 


4 

1% 
6 

7 


$2.80 
4.80 
3.75 
5.50 


$3.20 
5.20 
4.15 
5.90 


$4.80 
7.90 
6.80 
9.00 


IS 


15 
11 
10 

7 



Size given is width, when open, except the 1^-inch, which is length of joint on 4-inch 
special. 



WROUGHT STEEL TRUNK OR BAG HINGES 






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Cut of l}^-inch 




' 


■- ■ ■' 


Size, Length of Joint 
Inches 


No. 1832 

Plain Steel 
Per Gross Pairs 


1832 C 

Brass- plated 
Per Gross Pairs 


Width, Open 
Inches 


Gross Pairs in a 

Keg 


1 


$1.75 
2.65 


$2.80 
3.70 


2H 


19 
12 



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Cuts full size 





Number 


Description 


Per Grs. Pairs 


Number 


. Description 


Per Grs. Pairs 


1833 
1833 G 


Plain steel .... 
Brass-plated. . . . 


$1.75 
2.80 


1834 
I 1834 G 

I 


Plain steel .... 
Brass-plated. . . . 


$1.75 
2.80 



Length of joint, 1 inch. 
Width, open, 1% inches. 
Gross Pairs in a keg, 23 app. 



Length of joint, 1 inch. 

Width, open, 23^ inches. 
Gross Pairs in a keg, 19 app. 




^^S^^**^ 




Number 

1835 
1835 C 



Description 



Plain steel . 
Brass-plated. 



Length of joint, 1 inch. 
Width, open, 1% inches. 
Gross Pairs in a keg, 25 app. 



- - yy— — 

Per Grs. Pairs! ' Number 



Description 



$1.70 
2.75 



1836 
1836 G 



Plain steel 
Brass-plated . 



Length of joint, 1 inch. 

Width, open, 2% inches. 
Gross Pairs in a keg, 19 app. 



! Per Grs. Pairs 

i 

$1.75 
I 2.80 




Number 


Description 


Per Grs. Pairs 


1838 
1838 G 


Plain steel .... 
Brass-plated . . . 


$2.50 
3.60 



Length of joint, lH inches. 
Width, open, lye inches. 
Gross Pairs in a keg, 15 app. 



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PART II 

WROUGHT STEEL 

DOOR BOLTS 

BARREL BOLTS 

SHUTTER BOLTS 

ETC. 



THE STANLEY WORKS 

WROUGHT MORTISE FLUSH BOLTS 

WITH PLAIN KNOBS 



No. 361. POLISHED 



Size 
Inches 



12 

18 
24 

30 
36 

42 

48 
54 
60 
66 



No. 361 A 361 D2 361 SD2 



Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$9.00 
9.20 
9.40 

9.60 

9.80 

10.00 

10.20 
10.40 
10.60 
10.80 



Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$9.50 
9.70 
9.90 

10.10 
10.30 
10.50 

10.70 
10.90 
11.10 
11.30 



! Antique Copper 
I Sand Finish 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$10.00 
10.20 
10.40 

10.60 
10.80 
11.00 

11.20 
11.40 
11.60 
11.80 



361 F 

Dull 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$9.50 
9.70 
9.90 

10.10 
10.30 
10.50 

10.70 
10.90 
11.10 
11.30 



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Size 
Inches 



12 

18 
24 

30 
36 
42 

48 
54 
60 
66 



No.361F2orF4 

Antique 
Brass 



$9.50 
9.70 
9.90 

10.10 
10.30 
10.50 

10.70 
10.90 
11.10 
11.30 



361 SF2 or SF4 

Antique Brass 
Sand Finish 



$10.00 
10.20 
10.40 

10.60 
10.80 
11.00 

11.20 
11.40 
11.60 
11.80 



361 H 

Dead Black 
Electro-plate 



$1(5.00 

10.20 
10.40 

10.60 
10.80 
11.00 

11.20 
11.40 
11.60 
11.80 



Cut of 12-inch 
half size 



IK-inch plates. Bolts, i^-inch square. Bolts have Ji-inch 
throw. 

One-half dozen in a box, with screws. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 
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LEVER FLUSH BOLT, WROUGHT STEEL 

BRONZE LEVER 



No. 387 

Cut, Three-fourths 
Size of 9-inch 



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This Lever Flush Bolt is made of 
wrought steel, except the extra long 
bronze lever which operates so easily. 

This Bolt is burglar-proof. It locks 
on a dead center. The action is posi- 
tive so that the Bolt, which has a 
%-inch throw, cannot be jimmied. 

No. 387 is designed for use on 
double doors. It is mortised into the 
astragal or joint edge of the inactive 
leaf of a pair of doors, or applied on 
the inside face. 

With the mechanism occupying 
such a small space and the plate extending 
the full length of the bolt, it is easy to make 
a snug mortise — and a neat looking job. 

The strike plate is self-centering and 
wide enough to allow for any reasonable 
shrinkage of the door ; the springs are piano 
wire, durable and strong; and liberal screw 
holding power is provided, ample for heavy 
doors. 

No. 387 is made in 9, 12, 18 and 24-inch 
lengths. In all sizes the plate is 134 inches 
wide. Other dimensions are similar to 
No. 385, opposite page. Furnished in all 
the standard Stanley finishes. (List on 
page II.) For outside work we recom- 
mend the Stanley Sherardized finish. This 
is a new rust-preventing process over which 
we plate. It can be furnished in plain steel 
or Sherardized on work where the plate is 
to be painted over to match the door. 

Packed complete with strike, guide plate 
and 1x8 screws, one only in a box. 





Average 


Number of Screws 


Size 


Grcss Weight 


Holding 




Per Dozen 


Surface Plate 


9-inch ..... 


11 lbs. 


4 


12-inch 


131/3 - 


6 


18-inch 


18 


8 


24-inch 


22% - 


8 



For net prices, see price sheet. 
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WITH BRONZE LEVER 
No. 385. POLISHED 





No. 385 A 




385 D2 


385 SD2 385 F 


Size 
Inches 


Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Antique Copper 
Sand Finish 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


Dull 

Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


12 


$18.50 




$18.50 


$20.00 $18.50 


18 


19.25 




19.25 


20.75 19.25 


24 


20.00 


'. — 


20.00 


21.50 


20,00 


Size 




No.385F2orF4 


385 S 


F2 or SF4 


385 H 


Inches 




Antique 
Brass 




Anti 
San 


que Brass 
d Finish 


Dead Black 
Electro-plate 


12 


$18.50 


j 

i $ 


20.00 


$20.00 


18' 




19.25 




20.75 


20.75 


24 




20.00 




21.50 


21.50 



For other finishes, see page 11. 



Packed one in a box, with strike and guide plate 
and 1x8 screws to match finish. Six boxes in a 

carton. 

The lever in this bolt is solid bronze. The plate 
is highly polished and finished. The springs are 
made of high grade piano wire. 

Plate, 63^ X 13^ inches. Rod, 3^ inch diam. 
Strike plate, 1)^ x 2 inches. Bolt, 3^ inch square. ''' 
Guide plate, 13^x2^ inches. Bolt has ^-inch 
throw. 

Net weight, one 12-inch, 13 ozs. Net weight, 
six 12-inch, 4.68 lbs. Gross weight, six 12-inch, 
5.75 lbs. : 

Length of 12-inch over all, 143^ inches; ex- ^• 
tended, 15 inches. 

The rod may be unscrewed from the lever plate 
at the sleeve near the offset also from square bolt 
so that larger throw may be obtained if necessary. 

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About half size 



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WITH PLAIN KNOBS 





No. 393 A 


393 02 


393 F 


1020 


Size 
Inches 


Polished 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 


Polished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 


Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 


Plain Steel 
Brass Knobs 




with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


Per Dozen 


6 


$6.70 


$7.50 


$7.50 


$4.00 


9 


7.50 


8.30 


8.30 


4.50 


12 


8.30 


9.10 


9.10 


5.00 


15 


9.15 


10.00 


10.00 


5.50 


18 


10.00 


10.80 


10.80 


6.00 


24 


11.70 


12.50 


12.50 


7.00 


30 


13.80 


14.60 


14.60 


8.25 


36 


15.85 


16.65 


16.65 


9.50 


42 


18.00 


18.80 


18.80 


10.75 


48 


20.00 


20.80 


20.80 


12.00 




Cut of 
No. 1014 

9-inch 
Half size 



IJi-inch plates. 
Bolts, 3^-inch square. 
Bolts have J^>inch 
throw. 

All sizes packed with 
flat strike plates. All 
packed 3^ dozen in a 
box. 

These bolts are off- 
set so as to be used with 
flat strike plates. 



Cut of No. 303 

9-inch. Half size 




WITH PLATED KNOBS AND SLIDES 





No. 1014 ' 




1014 


Size 


Polished Plates with 


Size 


Polished Plates with 


Inches 


Bronzed Knobs and Slides 


Inches 


Bronzed Knobs andSUdes 




Per Dozen 




Per Dozen 


6 


$11.50 


30 


$16.50 


9 


12.00 


36 


18.50 


12 


12.50 


42 


20.50 


15 


13.00 


48 


23.00 


18 


13.50 


60 


28.00 


24 


15.00 







Polished plates, IJ^ inches wide. Bolts, J^-inch round. 
Bolts have ^-inch throw and are off^set so as to be used 
with flat strike plates. 

All packed 34 dozen in a box. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 
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WITH PLAIN KNOBS 





No. 395 A 


395 D2 


395 SD2 

Antique 


395 F 


395 H 


Size 


Planished 


Antique 


Copper, Sand 


Dull Brass 


Dead Black 


Inches 


Light Bronze 


Copper Per 


Finish, Per 


Per Dozen 


Electro-plate 




Per Dozen 


Dozen with 


Dozen with 


with Screws 


Per Dozen 




with Screws 


Screws 


Screws 




with Screws 


6 


$6.00 


$6.80 


$7.60 


$6.80 


$7.60 


9 


6.75 


7.50 


8.30 


7.50 


8.30 


12 


7,50 


8.30 


9.10 


8.30 


9.10 


15 


8.25 


9.00 


9.80 


9.00 


9.80 


18 


9.00 


9.80 


10.60 


9.80 


10.60 


24 


10.50 


11.30 


12.10 


11.30 


12.10 


30 


12.40 


13.20 


14.00 


13.20 . 


14.00 


36 


14.25 


15.00 


15.80 


15.00 


15.80 


42 


16.20 


17.00 


17.80 


17.00 


17.80 


48 


18.00 


19.00 


20.00 


19.00 


20.00 


60 


22.00 


23.00 


24.00 


23.00 


24.00 



1-inch plates. 3^-inch round bolts. 

Bolts have ?4-inch throw. 

All sizes packed with flat strike 
plates; 6-inch, packed one dozen in 
a box; larger sizes, one-half dozen. 

These bolts are offset so as to be 
used with flat strike plates. 



Cut of No. 395 

9-inch. Half size 



WROUGHT STEEL FLUSH BOLTS 
WITH PLAIN KNOBS 







3-inch 


4-inch 


6-inch 






Per 


Per 


Per 


Number 


Description 


Dozen 


Dozen 


Dozen 






with 


with 


with 






Screws 


Screws 


Screws 


397 A 


Planished light bronze . 


$2.85 


$3.00 


$3.40 


397 D2 


Antique copper .... 


3.30 


3.60 


4.00 


397 SD2 


Antique copper,sand fin. 


3.70 


4.00 


4,40 


397 F 


Dull brass 


3.30 


3.60 


4.00 


397 H 


Dead black, elec.-plate. 


3.70 


4.00 


4.40 


397 N 


Nickel-plate 


3.70 


4.00 


4.40 



34nch has plate ^-inch wide and J^-inch round bolt, 
and 6-inch, 1-inch plates, 3^-inch round bolt. 
Bolts have 3^-inch throw. ' " 

One dozen in a box, with screws. . Cut of No. 397 

For other finishes, see page 11. — - 4-inch. Actual size 

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6-inch. Actual size 



WROUGHT STEEL SUNK FLUSH BOLTS 

Bolts have 1-inch throw 
Nos. 1026 and 396 have 1-inch plates, and 5<8-iiich square bolts. 
Nos. 1028 and 400 have 1 34-inch plates, and H-inch square bolts. 



Size 
Inches 



12 
IS- 
IS 

24 
30 
36 

42 



No. 1026 

Plain Steel 

Polished 

Plates 

Per Dozen 



$3.60 
4.05 
4.60 
5.05 
5.50 

6.50 
7,45 
8.40 
9.60 
10.80 



396 A 



3%D2 



Polished Polished 

Light I Antique 
Bronze Copper 

Per Dozen ' Per Dozen 



396 F 



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396 H 



with Screws with Screws with Screws with Screws 



$7.10 

8.20 

9.25 

10.25 

11.25 

13.25 
15.25 
17.25 
19.50 
22.00 



$7.80 
8.90 
10,00 
11.00 
12.00 

14.00 
16.00 
18.00 
20.20 
22.80 



Polished ' Dead Black 

Dull , Electro- 
Brass plate 
Per Dozen Per Dozen 



$7.80 
8.90 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 

14.00 
16.00 
18.00 
20,20 
22.80 



$8.50 
9.60 
10.70 
11.70 
12.70 

14.70 
16.70 
18.70 
21.00 
23.60 





No. 1028 


400 A 


400 D2 


400 F 


400 H 


Size 
Inches 


Plain Steel 
Polished 

Plates 
Per Dozen 


Polished 

Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Polished 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Polished 

Dull 

Brass 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


6 


$4.50 


$8.50 


$9.20 


$9.20 


*$10.00 


9 


5.10 


9.50 


10.20 


10.20 


11.00 


12 


5.70 


10.50 


11.20 


11.20 


12.00 


15 


6.30 


11.50 


12.20 


12.20 


13.00 


18 


6.90 


12.50 


13.20 


13.20 


14.00 


24 


8.10 


14.50 


15.20 


15.20 


16.00 


30 


9.30 


16.25 


17.00 


17.00 


17.80 


36 


10.50 


18.50 


19.20 


19.20 


20.00 


42 


12.00 


21.00 


21.70 


21 . 70 


22.50 


48 


13.50 


23.25 


24.00 


24.00 


24.80 



All sizes packed with flat strike plates. 
All packed }^ dozen in a box. 
For other finishes, see page 11. 
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No. 393^A 


393>^ D2 


393^Fi393^H 


1030 


1034 


Size 
In. 


Pohshed 

Light Bronze 

Plates, M-inch 

;Wide, Bolts, 

Ji-inch 

Round 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


i Polished 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with 

Screws 


Polished Dead 

Dull Black 

Brass Electro- 

Per plate. Per 

Dozen Dozen 

with with 

Screws Screws 


Plain 

Steel 

Plates 

M-inch 

Wide 

Bolts 

^-inch 

Round 

Per 


1 Plain 

Steel 

Plates 

IM-inch 

Wide 

Bolts 

'/{e-inch 

Round 

Per 








i ' 
1 


Dozen 


Dozen 


6 


$5.00 


$5.65 


$5.65 


1 $6.30 


$2.50 


$3.50 


9 


5.75 


6.40 


6.40 


7.00 


2.80 


3.95 


12 


6.50 


7.15 


7.15 


7.80 


3.10 


4.40 


15 


7.15 


7.80 


7.80 


8.50 


3.45 


4.80 


18 


7.90 


8.55 


8.55 


9.20 


3.80 


5.25 


24 


9.25 


9.90 


9.90 


10.50 1 


4.60 


6.15 


30 


11.00 


11.70 


11.70 


12.40 


5.30 


7-20 


36 


13.00 


13.70 


13.70 


14.50 


6.10 


8.30 


42 


15.00 


15.75 


15.75 


16.60 


7.00 


9.40 


48 


18,00 


18.80 


18.80 


19.70 


8.00 


10.50 



Bolts have J^-inch throw. 
All sizes packed with flat strike plates. 
6 and 9-inch, one dozen in a box; larger sizes, one- 
half dozen. 





No. 394 A 


394 D2 1 394 F 


394 H 


1032 


Size 
Inches 


: Planished 
Light Bronze 
Plates, K-inch 

Wide, Bolts 

*/f6-inch Round 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Planished 

Antique 

Copper, Per 

Dozen with 

Screws 


Planished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


Dead Black 
Electro- 
plate. Per 
Dozen with 
Screws 


Plain Steel 

Plates y2- 

inch Wide 

Bolts 

S/ffi-inch 

Round, Per 

Dozen 


4 


$4.25 


$4.90 


$4.90 


$5.50 


$2.00 


6 


4.50 


5.15 


5.15 


5.80 


2.25 


8 


5.00 


5.65 


5.65 


6.30 


2.50 



Bolts have 3^-inch throw. 

One dozen in a box with flat strike plates. 

For other finishes, see page 11. 

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Cutof No. 393%, 9-inch 
Half size 



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FOR CASEMENT WINDOWS, FRENCH DOORS, ETC 

Plates, 1}4: inches wide 

The bolt is shaped up from a flat piece of steel and the 
spring is riveted into the groove at the lower rivet. 



Size 
Inches 



No. 1065 

Japanned 

Plate 

Polished Bolt 

"Per Dozen 



362 A 

Planished 
Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 
with Screws 



362 02 

Planished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



362 F 

Planished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



8 


14.50 


$7.50 


18.30 


$8.30 


12 


5.00 


8.30 


9.10 


9.10 


15 


5.50 


9.15 


10.00 


10.00 


18 


6.00 


10.00 


10.80 


10.80 


24 


7.00 


11.70 


12.50 


12.50 


30 


8.25 


13.80 


14.60 


14.60 


36 


9.50 


15.85 


16.65 


16.65 


42 


10.75 


18.00 


18.80 


18.80 


48' 


12.00 


20.00 


20.80 


20.80 


60 


15.00 


25.00 


26.00 


26.00 



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8-inch, one dozen; 12, 15, 18 and 24-inch, one-half dozen 
in a box; larger sizes, one-half dozen in a package. 

8-inch and 12-inch packed with flat strike. Other sizes 
with loop staple similar to guide staple. 



Cut of No. 1065 

12-inch. Half size 



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FLAT BOLTS 

FOR WAREHOUSE DOORS, ETC, 
Cut of No. laSO, 12-inch. Half size 





No. 1050 


350 A 


350 D2 


1050 Z* 


Size, 
Inches 


Plain Steel 
Plates IM-inch 
Wide, Bolts H- 


Polished 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 


Polished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 


Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 




inch Square 
Per Dozen 


with Screws 


with Screws 


with Screws 


8 . 


$7.15 


$18.00 


$19.00 


$9.00 


10 


7.60 


19.00 


20.00 


9.50 


12 


8.10 


20.00 


21.00 


10.25 


15 


8.80 


22.00 


23.00 


11.00 


18 


9.25 


24.00 


25.00 


12.00 


24 


9.80 


27.00 


28.00 


13.00 


30 


10.80 


30.00 


31.00 


14.50 


36 ' 


11.55 


33.00 


34,00 


16.00 


42 


13.20 


36.00 


37.00 




48 


13.85 


38.50 


39.50 




54 


15.40 


41.00 


42.00 




60 


17.15 


45.00 


46.00 





Size, 
Inches 



No. 350 F 

Polished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 

with Screws 



8 
10 
12 
15 
18 
24 
30 
36 
42 
48 
54 
60 



$19.00 
20.00 
21.00 
23.00 
25.00 
28.00 
31.00 
34.00 
37.00 
39.50 
42.00 
46.00 



1051 

Japanned Plates 

1%-inch Wide 

Bronzed Bolts 

^-^-inch Square 

Per Dozen 



$7.90 

8.40 

8.90 

9.70 

10.20 

10.80 

11.80 

12.70 

14.50 

15.20 



1054 

Plain Steel 

Plates, 1^-inch 

Wide, Bolts ^- 

inch Square 

Per Dozen 



$6.40 
6.80 
7.40 
7.80 
8.15 
8.90 
9.70 

10.60 



Weight of 
No. 1050 

Per Dozen 

without Screws 
Pounds 



27 

33M 
39H 
45 



12-inch and smaller, one-half dozen in a box; larger sizes, one- 
quarter dozen. Loop handle is 1^ inches in the clear, 

8, 10 and 12-inch bolts are packed with No. 1 staples; larger 
sizes with No. 2 staples. We will substitute No. 3 or No. 4 staples 
when ordered. 

No. 4 staple is for doors opening out. 

* We are not prepared to sherardize bolts over 36 
inches long. 

For description of Stanley Sher- 
ardizing, see page 10. 




No. 2 



No. 4 



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Size, Inches 



12 

18 
24 
30 



No. 1061 


Steel Knobs 

Japanned Plates 

Plates, 1 inch Wide 

Bolts, HxH Inch 

Per Dozen 


$4.60 


4.85 


5.15 


5.25 


5.55 


6.10 


6.50 


7.00 



106$ 

steel Knobs 

Japanned Plates 

Plates, 1 H Inches Wide 

Bolts, M X M Inch 

Per Dozen 



$4.75 
5.15 
5.40 
5.55 

5.80 
6.35 
6.75 
7.30 



Cut of No. 1061 

12-inch. Half size 






*<? .*■ ; 


No. 360 


360 D2 




Size, Inches 


Polished, Bronzed 

Plates. 1 H Inches Wide 

Bolts, H X H Inch 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Polished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 




6 


$13.00 


$13.50 




y - 9^ ■ 


13.50 


14.00 




■ :;^.-- 12 


. 14.00 


14.50* 






14,25 


14.75 




-,. : 18 


15.00 


15.50 




%. ■ .:•; 24 ■ 


15.75 


16.25 




, .. " > 30 


- 16.50 


17.00 




'f'^-r^ 


17.25 


17.80 





One-half dozen in a box. 

These bolts may also be had in Stanley Sherardized finish, described 
on page 10. Prices on application, 
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TAIL BOLTS 

Plates, 23^ inches wide 
Bolts, IJ^x 3^-inch 

No. 1048. JAPANNED PLATES 

POLISHED BOLTS 



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Size, Inches 


Per Dozen 


12 


$12.00 


15 


13.25 


18 


14.25 


24 


16.00 


30 


17.50 


36 


19.00 


42 


20.50 


48 


22.00 


54 


23.50 


60 


25.00 


72 


28.00 


84 


31.00 



12 and 15-inch are packed with flat 
staples; larger sizes, with both strap staples 
and flat staples. 

The strap staple is similar to guide at 
the end of the bolt and has 4 screw holes. 
Flat staple has three holes. 

All sizes, one-quarter dozen in a box. 

Flat staple Z^xl% inches. 

Strap staple 4 x 1,V^ inches. 



140 



Cut of No. 1048, 12-inch 
Half size 



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PATENTED APRIL 27, 1909 




Box Staple 



The Box Staple is mainly for 
use with batten doors. It, might 
be called a utility staple as it 
can be located at any point on 
upper jamb and can be used in 
place of angle staple. ' -• .. 



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Prices are per dozen, and include screws to match 



Number 



Finish 



Size. Inches 



1055 J 
355 A 
355 D2 
355 F 
355 F2 
355 H 
355 SD2, SF2 



Japanned - • 

Light bronze 

Antique copper 

Dull brass 

Antique brass 

Dead black, electro-plate 

Antique copper and brass sand finish 



3 


6 


$5.00 


17.00 


7.00 


9.50 


7.50 


10.00 


7.50 


10.00 


7.50 


10.00 


8.10 


10.60 


8.10 


10.60 



Width of plate, 1% inches for the 3-inch; 2 inches for the 6-inch. 

Bolts, J^-inch round; chain, 24 inches long. 

One-half dozen in a box, with screws. 

These bolts can be reversed by simply pulUng the bolt out and turning it around. They 
are packed with one chain guide and two staples, one strap and one angle. The strap staple 
is extra heavy. 

Box staple will be packed with 6-inch when ordered. 

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Box Staple. See Page 150 
PATENTED APRIL 27, 1910 

* 10-inch size 

For garage, warehouse and 
other heavy doors 





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Size 
Inches 


Number 


Finish 








10 


1055 J 


Japanned . 


$18.75 


355 A 


Light bronze 


22.00 


355 D2 


Antique cop- 
per .. . 


22.50 


355 F 
355 F2 
355 
SD2, 
SF2 


Dull brass . 

Antique brass 
" copper 
and brass 

sand finish 


22.50 
22.50 

23.80 


355 H 


Dead black 
j electro-plate 


23.80 



Prices are per dozen and in- 
clude plated screws to match. 

Extreme width of plate, Z% 
inches. 

Bolt, ]/g inch round; chain, 
24 inches long. 

Weight per single dozen 
packed with screws, 3434 lbs- 
Packed one in a box, with 
one chain guide and two staples 
for each bolt, one strap and one 
angle plate. 

Box staple will be packed 
with these bolts when ordered. 

Bolts are reversible by re- 
moving set screw from bolt 
proper, pulling bolt out as far 
as it will go (54 inch), turning 
it around and replacing set 
screw in opposite side. This 
feature permits the use of the 
bolt on the inside or outside of 
door. 

Also furnished with 5-foot 
chain and numbered 355J^ and 
1055^, Two chain guide sta- 
ples are packed with 3553^ and 
10553^. 




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Cut of No. 1055 

10-inch. Half size 

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PATENTED APRIL 27, 1909 

Prices are per Dozien with screws to match 







Size, 


Inches 


Number 


Finish 








3 


6 


1056 J 


Japanned. 


$4.75 


$6.25 


356 A 


Bronze-plated . . 


5.85 


7.50 


356 D2 


Antique copper . 


6.60 


8.00 


356 F 


Dull brass . . . 


6.60 


8.00 


356 F2 


Antique brass . . 


6.60 


8.00 


356 SD2, 
SF2 


" copper and 
brass sand finish 


7.25 


8.75 


356 H 


Dead black, elec- 
tro-plate . . . 


7.25 


8.75 



One-half dozen in a box, with screws. 

Plate of 3-inch, 2 ^ inches long, 1 % inches wide. 

Plate of 6-inch, 5 inches long, 2 inches wide. 

Floor plate of 3-inch, 1% x 1 inch. 

Floor plate of 6-inch, 2% xl% inches. 

3-inch has H-inch round bolt; 6-inch has %- 
inch bolt. 

3-inch has 3^'2-inch stroke; 6-inch has 1 inch 
stroke. 

Packed with rectangular floor plates having 
oval- shaped hole to take care of shrinkage in 
the door. Plate is cupped to guide bolt. 

The cap and release are of solid Bronze. 

The springs in both sizes are Stanley Sherard- 
ized. This process prevents rusting and 
breaking. For description of Stanley Sherard- 
ized finish, see page 10. 

The plates of these bolts are the same size 
and style as No. 1055, page 150, and when used 
together make a very neat appearance. 



Cut of No. 356, 6-inch full size. 
is similar but half as large. 



The 3-inch 



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STRIKE FOR No. 1055 10-INCH FOOT BOLTS 

FOR USE IN CONCRETE FLOORS 
WROUGHT STEEL 




Actual size 

No. 1138 



This cupped strike is designed for use in either wet concrete, in 
stone or brick, or in concrete which is set. 

The strike is of proper outside diameter to be wedged into a 
hole drilled by a mason's standard 1%-inch drill. It is made on 
the principle of a split cylinder. It holds itself in place by spring 
action. - 



' When the strike is set in 
wet concrete, the concrete locks 
aronnd the bottom flange, holding 
strike in place. No bolts or 
screws are needed. This strike is 
self-centering and shaped to take 
care of shrinkage in the door. 

Made of heavy gauge wrought 
steel, lYi inches deep. Outside diam- 
eter, lyi (J inches; inside diameter ij/^ 
inches. 



Extreme width of top tknge, i-)4 
inches ; tHameter of bottom tlange, 
"•'Ykj inch. 

Weight of each, 3% oz. 

Furnished in Plain Steely 1138; 
and Stanley Sherardized, 1138-Z. 

No. 1 138 will be included witli 
T 0-inch Foot Bolts when ordered. 

Regular strike shown on page 153 
may be used in wet concrete by the 
use of long stove bolts, or carriage 
bolts w^ith nuts. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 



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PATENTED APRIL 27, 1909 

10-inch size 

For garage, warehouse and other heavy 
doors 



Number 



Finish 



Size 
Inches 



10 



1056 J Japanned $17.50 

356 A tight bronze 20.00 

356 D2 Antique copper 20.60 

356 F Dull brass ' 20.60 

356 F2 Antique brass 20.60 

356 

SD2, Antique copper and brass 

SF2 sand finish ...... 21.85 

356 H I Dead black electro-plate . | 22.50 

Prices are per dozen and include plated 
screws to match. 

Extreme width of plate, 3H inches. 

Extreme length of plate, 9 inches. 

Ploor plate, 2^4x2 inches. 

Bolt, J-^-inch round; 13^- inch stroke. 

10-inch style packed one in a box, with 
screws to match and with rectangular floor- 
plate having oval shaped hole to take care of 
shrinkage in the door. Floor plate is cupped 
to guide bolt. Cap and Release of Solid 
Bronze. 

One indication of the quality in this Bolt 
is the Stanley Sherardized Spring. This 
process prevents rusting and breaking. 
Ordinary strains won't break this bolt. 

For description of Stanley Sherardized fin- 
ish, see page 10. 

Weight per single dozen, packed with 
screws, 30 pounds. 

The plate of this bolt is the same size 
and design as that of No. 1055, page 151, so 
that these bolts when used together, make a 
very neat appearance. 

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Cut Half size 



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Cut of No. 456. Actual size 



WROUGHT STEEL DOOR 
HOLDERS 

Improved Design 

Plates, 5 inches long, 2 inches wide. 
%-inch round bolts with IJ^-inch throw. 



Number 



Finish 



456 A Bronze-plated 

456 D2 Antique copper 

456 F Dull brass 

456 F2 I Antique brass 

456 H Dead black, electro- plate . 



Per Dozen 

with 
Screws 



$12.00 
12.70 
12.70 
12.70 
13.50 



One-half dozen in a box, with screws. 

Weight per dozen, 10.66 pounds. 

The size of release knob has been increased 
from %x^ inches as shown to ^ x ^ inches 
to afford easier release. 



These holders are superior to other styles, 
from the fact that the bolt is operated low down 
near the floor instead of from the top, making 
operation easier and giving a firmer purchase 
on the floor. They have a composition rubber 
tip which holds the door firmly, and by means 
of a spring are self-adjusting to overcome any 
uneven ness of floor. A slight pressure of the 
foot on the trip knob releases the holder. 

The trip knob is made of solid bronze. 
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EXTRA HEAVY WROUGHT STEEL CREMONE 

BOLT 

WITH LEVER HANDLE AND FORGED STEEL BOLTS 
FOR GARAGE AND OTHER HEAVY DOORS 

Cut about 1-7 full size except length 



No. 1052 J 

Japanned Plates 

Sherardized Bolt 

Each 

With Screws 


No. 1052 Jl 

Japanned 

Dead Black Plates 

Sherardized Bolt 

Each 

with Screws 


No. 1052 Z* 

All Stanley 
Sherardized 

Each 
With Screws 


NO.1052Z-J1* 

Bolt Stanley 

Sherardized, Plates 

Sherardized Under 

Dead Black 

Japanned, Each 

With Screws 


$14,00 


$16.00 


$18.00 


$24.00 



This Extra Heavy Cremone Bolt is made in the following sizes' 
7, 7^, 8, 8K and 9 feet, and may be adjusted by one-inch intervals 
to six inches beyond nominal sizes mentioned above. Can be furnished 
in practically any length required. The adjustable feature cannot be 
tampered with after Bolt is placed in position. Action is positive and 
consists of a few strong parts. Whether locked or unlocked Bolt can 
be operated only from lever handle. 

This Bolt performs the work of the Bolts described on pages 151 
and 153. The Bolt proper is forged half oval steel \}4 inches wide and 
H inch thick. The lever handle is 7 inches long and 1^ inches 
at widest part. The Bolt proper is Stanley Sherardized. The 
plates are 3^ inches wide and Bolt has 1>^ inches throw. Packed 
one in a package with four end staples, two end guides, two center 
guides and screws to match. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 



B 





Staples Packed with No. 1052 Cremone Bolt 

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For doors or windows opening in or out 

Plates, 1% inches wide. Bolts, ^-inch half round 

For list prices, see opposite page 









Cut of No. 373 * Cut of No. 373 Cut of No. 374 

Bolts are regularly packed with two center guides, two end guides, two No. 2 staples 
and one No. 1 staple. We will substitute No. 3 or No. 4 staples when so ordered. Staples 
illustrated on opposite page. 

One handle and staples in a box. Rods in paper packages. 

We carry 3, 3^, 4 and 43^-foot rods in stock, and can furnish any other length desired. 

In ordering, state either exact length of door or window^ or length of rods wanted. 

No. 372 has plain plates and cast brass egg shaped handle. 



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CREMONE BOLT 

WROUGHT STEEL 
FOR DOORS OR WINDOWS OPENING IN OR OUT 

No. 371 

Tliis Cremoiie Bolt is made of wrought steel, 
except the graceful kuob, which is wrought brass. 
A piauo-w4re spriug holds the kuob on dead cen- 
ter. The neatly ornamented straps add greatly 
to the appearance of No. 371. The bolt itself is 
polished and half oval in shape. 

We carry 3, 3;^^, 4 and 4}4-foot rods in stock, and 
can furnish any other length desired. 

In ordering, state exact length of door or window, or 
length of rods wanted. 

Center plate i^ inches wide; guides 1% inches 
wnde ; bolts 5^ -inch wide. 

Furnished in all the standard Stanley finishes (see 
page 11). • \ . 

One handle, staples and guides in a box with 
screw^s. 

Packed regularly with two center guides, two end 
guides, two No. 2 staples, one No. i staple and i>^ x 8 
oval head screws. We will substitute No. 3 for No. 4 
staples wdien ordered. No. 4 staple for No. 371 is sim- 
ilar to center guides. Staples Nos. i, 2 and 3 are shown 
on page 15,7. 

One pkg. No. 371 complete (handle, staples and 
screws) i lb. 

Two 3>4-foot rods weigh 2.08 lbs. 
Two 4-foot rods weigh 2.4 lbs. 
Tw^o 4;^2-foot rods weigh 2.J lbs. 

For net prices, see page 20 of price sheet. 



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Two-fifths size. 



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For doors or windows opening in or out. For cuts and details of packing, see opposite page 

No. 373. CAST BRASS EGG SHAPED HANDLE. PLAIN PLATES. POL- 
ISHED RODS 



No. 372 A ' 372 D2 



372 SD2 



372 F 



372 F2 



372 SF2 



372 H 



Light Bronze 

Per Dozen with 

Screws 



$55.00 



Antique Copper ^^^^^^^ Copper j jy^^^ grass I Antique Brass I Antique Brass . Dead Black 
band Unish jpej. Dozen with' Per Dozen with ^and Finish Electro Plate 



Per Dozen with 
Screws 



$60.00 



Per Dozen with! 
Screws 



Screws 



$65.00 



$60.00 



Screws 



Per Dozen with Per Dozen with 
Screws Screws 



$60.00 



$65.00 



$65.00 



No. 373. LEVER HANDLE. EMBOSSED PLATES. POLISHED RODS 



No. 373 A 



373 D2 



Light Bronze Antique Copper 

Per Dozen with i Per Dozen with 

Screws Screws 



$50.00 



$55.00 



373 SD2 



373 F 



^iiS!J"ir„°:?P^^ _ Dull Brass 



Sand Finish 

Per Dozen with 

Screws 



373 F2 

Antique Brass 



373 SF2 



373 H 



Per Dozen with Per Dozen with 



Screws 



$60.00 



$55.00 



Screws 



$55.00 



Antique Brass I Dead Black 

Sand Finish Electro Plate 

Per Dozen with Per Dozen with 

Screws Screws 



$60.00 



$60.00 



No. 374. S HANDLE. EMBOSSED PLATES. POLISHED RODS. 



No. 374 A 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen with 

Screws 



$50.00 



374 D2 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen with 

Screws 



$55.00 



374 SD2 



374 F 



Antique Copper ^^11 Brass 

Sand Finish pg^ Dozen with 
Per Dozen with Screws 

Screws 



$60.00 



$55.00 



374 F2 

Antique Brass 

Per Dozen with 

Screws 



374 SF2 



374 H 



Antique Brass Dead Black 

Sand Finish ; Electro Plate 

Per Dozen with Per Dozen with 

Screws Screws 



$55.00 



I 



$60.00 



$60.00 



The bolts listed above are furnished sherardized, also sherardized and plated in A D2 
and F finishes. For a description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. Prices on appli- 
cation. 

STAPLES FOR WROUGHT STEEL CREMONE BOLTS 




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Staple No. 1 



Staple No. 2 



Staple No. 3 





Staple No. 4 
For 372 



Staple No. 4 
For 373 and 374 



Bolts are regularly packed with two center guides, two end guides, two No, 2 staples 
and one No. 1 staple. We shall substitute No. 3 or No. 4 staples when so ordered. 



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CHOICE OF THREE STAPLES 
No. 1073. POLISHED BRASS 



Size, Inches 



2 

2M 
3 
33^ 



No. 1073 

Solid Brass 

Per Dozen with 

Brass Screws 



$3.65 
3.70 
5.50 
7.40 



Weight of 1073 
Per Dozen with 

Screws 

Pounds 



2 

3M 
5 



One dozen in a box. 
Cut of No. 1073, 3-inch. 



Actual 



These bolts are regularly packed 
with plain staples as illustrated but 
when ordered No, 1134 or 1136 brass 
staples shown below will be included 
which will permit the use of these bolts 
in place of neck bolts. 




WROUGHT STEEL CELLAR WINDOW BOLTS 

CHOICE OF THREE STAPLES 




Staple 1134 No. 3. Full size 
For 1073 and 1076, 3-inch 





Staple 1136 No. 3 
For 1073 and 1076, 3-inch. Full size 



Cut of No. 1076, 3-inch. Actual size- 

These bolts are regularly packed with plain strap 
staples as shown with bolt, but when ordered No. 1134 
or 1136 steel staples, illustrated herewith, will be in- 
cluded. No. 1134 and 1136 staples are each made in 
four sizes, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 and permit the use of 
these bolts in place of neck bolts.* No. 1134 is used when 
fancy trim on door does not permit use of strap staple. 



Size, Inches 



2 

2^ 
3 

SV2 



No. 1076 

Japanned Plates 

Polished Bolts 

Per Dozen 



SO. 80 
0.85 
1.10 
1.50 



405 A 

Planished 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen with Screws 



$1.35 
1.40 
1.75 
2.50 



405 D2 

Antique Copper 
Per Dozen with Screws 



$1.60 
1.65 
2.00 
2.75 



405 F2 

Antique Brass 
Per Dozen with Screws 



$1.60 
1.65 
2.00 
2.75 



One dozen in a box. 



*For list prices and description of Nos. 1134 and 1136 see page 172. 
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PACKED WITH SCREWS 




No. Sc. 1076 

A customer comes into a retail store. He wants a barrel bolt or 
a square bolt. The clerk reaches to the shelf where the bolts are 
stocked. He takes down the bolt, wrapped up with the proper size 
and number of screws. What happens ? 

The customer saves time ; the Being the oldest manufacturer of 



clerk's time has not been wasted 
matching up and counting out 
screws ; the proprietor is assured 
that his customer has been given 
the proper size and number of 
screws; the store's efficiency is 
that much higher; the cost of 
selling bolts has been cut; and 
the profit from selling them is 
increased proportionately. 

This is just one more step in the 
development of STANIyEY service. 



wrought steel bolts in America, it is 
only natural for the STANIYEY Works 
to take the lead in meeting the require- 
ments of its customers. 

The screws with which STANLEY 
Bolts are packed have been carefully 
selected after most thorough tests by 
the STANIvEY Works' experts. 

Prefix the letters * * SC " before the 
class number of the bolt in ordering 
bolts packed with screws. This dis- 
tinguishes them from bolts packed 
regularly. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 



Size 

of 

Screw 



No. of 
Screws 
in Bolt 



No. of 

Bolts in 
Carton 



Weight 
Carton 



No Sc. 1076 



2 


%x5 


6 


1 doz. 


21/2 


%x6 


6 


(t 


3 


%x7 


8 


it 


31/2 


%x7 


8 


it 



No. Sc. 1078 



21^ 


%x4 


6 


1 doz. 


B 


^x5 


7 


{< 


4 


%x5 


7 


(« 


5 


%x7 


7 


(( 


6 


%x7 


9 


(( 



No. Sc. 1078y2 
2 |%x4 I 6 
No. Sc. 1084 



2 

5 

1 1/2 lbs. 

B 
5 
6 



lldoz. llVslbs. 



%x6 
%x6 

V8X7 

%x7 
1x8 



1 doz. 
1 " 
1 '• 



4 lbs. 
41/2 " 
71/2 " 
4 
4 



No. Sc. 1086 



No. Sc. 1088 



size 

of 
Screw 



No. of No. of 
Screws Bolts in 
in Bolt Carton 



Weight 

of 
Carton 



3 


%^Q 


6 


1 doz. 


4 


%x6 


6 


1 *' 


5 


%x7 


6 


1 *' 


6 


^8X7 


8 


% - 


8 


1x8 


8 


% " 



4 


%x6 


6 


1 doz. 


5 


%x7 


6 


1 •' 


6 


%x7 


6 


1 '* 


7 


1x8 


10 


1/2 " 


8 


1x8 


10 


V2 " 


9 


1x8 


10 


V2 " 


10 


1x8 


12 


V2 " 


12 


1x8 


14 


^ " 



No. Sc. 1090 

4 |%x6 I 6 

5 |%x7 I 8 



11 doz. 

1 " 



4 lbs. 

41/2 •* 
71/2 '* 
4 *' 
4 " 

4 lbs. 

4% - 
5% " 
5y2 '* 
6 '• 
7V2 '* 
10% " 
6V2 " 

4 lbs. 

4% " 



No. Sc. 1090 (Cent.) 



Size 

of 

Screw 



No. of No. of Weight 
Screws Bolts in of 
in Bolt Carton Carton 



6 


%x7 


10 


1 doz. 


5% lbs 


7 


1x8 


10 


V2 *' 


51/2 " 


8 


1x8 


10 


V2 " 


6 


9 


1x8 


10 


V2 " 


7y2 *' 


10 


1x8 


12 


V4 " 


5 


12 


1x8 


14 


V4. " 


6 



No. Sc. 1092-4 



4 


Ix 7 


8 


1 doz. 


5 


Ix 7 


10 


1 '' 


6 


Ix 8 


10 


1 ** 


7 


Ix 8 


12 


¥2 " 


8 


Ix 8 


12 


V2 " 


9 


Ix 8 


12 


V2 " 


10 


1x10 


12 


V4 '' 


12 


1x10 


12 


V4 " 


14 


1x10 


14 


V4. '* 



71/3 lbs. 
8 

SV2 '' 

7V3 " 

8y3 *' 

9y4 ** 

7 

8 

16 ** 



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WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT BARREL BOLTS 




Cut of No. 1078, 4-inch. Actual size. 



One dozen in a box. 



BRASS KNOBS. CHOICE OF THREE STAPLES RIVETED PLATES 



Size, 
Inches 



23^ 

3 

4 
5 
6 



No. 1078 

Japanned 
Plates, Pol- 
ished Bolts 
Per Dozen 



$1.50 
1.90 
2.15 
2.50 
2.90 



406 A 

Planished, 

Bronzed 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$1,25 
1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
2.25 



406 D2 

Planished 

Antique 

Copper, 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
2.25 
2.50 



406 F 

Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
2.25 
2.50 



406 F2 

Planished 

Antique 

Brass, 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 

$1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
2.25 

2.50 




The bolts listed above are regularly packed with 
common staples as shown with bolt, but when ordered 
No. 1134 staples, shown herewith will be included. 
No. 1134 staples are made in four sizes, Nos. 1, 2, 3 
and 4 and permit the use of these bolts in place of 
neck bolts. They are used when fancy trim on door does 
not permit the use of strap staple. For list prices and 
description of these staples, see page 172. ^ . C 



Staple 1134 No. 3 
For 1078 and 406, 3 and 4-inch 



SQUARE ENDS BRASS KNOBS 



Size, 2-inch 
Cut actual size 




Bolts, 3^-inch 

round 

One dozen 

in a box 



No. 1078>g 

japanned Plates 

Polished Bolts 

Per Dozen 


406^ A 

Planished Light Bronze 
Per Dozen with 


406^ D2 

Planished Antique Copper 

Per Dozen with 

Screwa 


406^ F 

Planished Dull Brass 
Per Dozen with 
Screws 


$1.50 


$1.25 


$1.50 


$1.50 



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RIVETED PLATES 



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Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 



No. 1077. POLISHED BRASS 



No. 1134. Staple illustrated on pages 159 and 172 in brass will be included when ordered. 
This staple is used when fancy trim on door does not permit use of strap staple. 


Size, inches 


2H ' 3 


4 


5 


6 






Per dozen with brass screws . . 


$4.00 


15.60 


$6.50 


$9.00 j $11.00 



One dozen in a box, with brass screws. 

WROUGHT STEEL TRANSOM BOLTS 

STRAIGHT AND STRAP STAPLES 




No. 1165 J. Cut two-thirds full size 

Japanned, $7.00 per dozen with screws. 

The Bolt proper is cold forged and case and staples are of unbreakable wrought cold 
rolled steel. Spring is made of best grade of piano wire. The large ring handle not only 
furnishes a perfect finger grip but is of convenient size for operation with window stick. 
Diameter of handle .295. 

One dozen in a box. For Transom Plates and Chains see page 200. 

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PACKED WITH UNIVERSAL STRIKE 





Nos. 107614, 10781/4, and 1084l^ are the same bolts as 1076, 
1078 and 1084, only they are packed with No. 1134 Universal Strike. 

As its name implies, this 
strike may be used on practically 
eveiy type of casing construction. 
With beaded or ornamental 
casings or where the door is 
recessed, it is the only kind of 
strike that can be used satis- 
factorily. 



Being mortised into the frame of 
the door, the angles at which its 
screws enter the wood, give them a 
particularly strong anchorage. 

This strike provides liberal play 
to take up any shrinkage of the door, 
and being made of one piece of steel, 
is stronger than any type of two- 
piece strike. 



No. 10781/4 







V 


Packed one dozen to a carton. 
For net prices see price sheet. 




Size 


Countersunk 

for 

Screw, Number 


Packed with 

1134 Staple 

Size, Number 


Average Gross 

Weight of 
Carton, Pounds 


2V2 
3 

1 

6 


4 

5 
5 

7 
t 


1 
2 
2 
3 
3 


m 

3 
5 

6 



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No, 10761/4 



/^Si^^^^^^K 




^H 1^'iflH <^L' / 1 



Size 


Countersunk 

For Screw, Number 


Packed with 
1134 Staple, Number 


Number of Bolts 
in Carton 


Weight of 
Carton 


2 

2% 
3 
3^ 


5 
6 

7 
7 


1 
2 
8 
4 


1 Dozen 


1% 

2 
5 



No. 1084'/4 




Size 


Countersunk 
For Screw, Number 


Packed with 
1134 Staple, Number 


Number of Bolts 
in Carton 


Weight of 
Carton 


3 
4 
5 

6 


6 
6 

7 
7 


2 
2 
3 
3 


1 Dozen 
1 ** 

1 " 


4 

7?^ 
4 




No. 1084, 8 in. size, is not packed with No. 1184 Staple. 

No. 1134 



No. Size 


Packed with Bolts 

1076y4, 107814, 1084V4 

Inches 


Size Outside 
Inches 


1 
2 
3 
4 


2 

2>^ 

3 

3% 


23^ 
3, 4 
5, 6 


3,4 
5, 6 


1 X iVs 

1%6 X 11,4 

1% X IV2 

1%6 X 1% 



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WROUGHT STEEL BARREL BOLTS 

BRASS KNOBS BENT STAPLES 




Cut of No. 1080, 4-inch. Actual Size 



Size 
Inches 



No. 1080 

I Japanned Plates 

I Polished Bolts 

Per Dozen 



404 A 

Planished 
Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 
with Screws 



404 D2 

Planished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



404 F I 1324 

Dull Brass ' Galvanized 
Per Dozen Per Dozen 

with Screws i with Screws 



Weight of No. 
1080 Per Dozen 
without Screws 
Pounds 




8-inch, one-quarter dozen in a box; 6-inch, one-half dozen; other sizes, one dozen. 

WROUGHT BRASS BARREL BOLTS 




Cut of No. 1108, 4-inch. Actual size 

No. 1108. POLISHED BRASS 



Size, inches 

Per dozen, with brass screws 



3 
$7.60 



4 5 6 

$9.70 , $11.50 i $13.00 



Half dozen in a box, with brass screws. 



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WROUGHT STEEL BARREL BOLTS 

COMMON STAPLES 




Cut of No. 1084 

4-inch. Actual size 




. 








Size. 

Inches 


No. 1084 

Japanned Plates 

Polished Bolts 

Brass Knobs 

Per Dozen 


1082 

Japanned Plates 

Polished Bolts 

Tinned Knobs 

Per Dozen 


408 A 

Planished 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


408 D2 

Planished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


408 F 

Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


1335 

Galvanized 
Per Dozen 


3 
4 
5 

6 

8 


$2.15 
2.45 
3.00 
3.40 
6.50 


$2.15 
2.45 
3.00 
3.40 
6.50 


$1.70 

1.85 
2.15 
2.60 
3.30 


$1.95 
2.10 
2.40 
2.85 
3.55 


$1.95 
2.10 
2.40 

2.85 
3.55 


$2.90 
3.35 
3.85 
4.30 

7.80 



8-inch, one-quarter dozen in a box; 6-inch, one-half dozen; other sizes, one dozen. For 
other finishes, see page 11. 

WROUGHT BRASS BARREL BOLTS 




Cut of No. 1109, 4- inch. Actual size 

No. 1109. POLISHED BRASS 



Size, inches • , 1 3 


4 


5 


6 


Per dozen, with brass screws . . . | $7.60 


$9.70 


$11.50 


$13.00 



Half dozen in a box, with brass screws. 



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WROUGHT STEEL BARREL BOLTS 

BRASS KNOBS. NECKED STAPLES 

Substitute for Neck Bolts 




Cut of No. 1081 

4-inch. Actual size 





No. 


1081. 


JAPANNED 


PLATES, 


POLISHED BOLTS 




Size, inches .... 


3 


4 


5 


6 


8 


Per dozen . 






$2.25 


S2.60 


$3.15 


$3.60 


$6.75 



8-inch, one-quarter dozen in a box; 6-inch, one-half dozen; other sizes, one dozen. 

WROUGHT STEEL BARREL BOLTS 

POLISHED WROUGHT IRON KNOBS. PLAIN STAPLES 




Cut of No. 1086, 4-inch. Actual size 



Size, inches .... 


3 


4 


5 


6 


8 


Per dozen 


12.05 


12.35 


$2.80 


$3.30 


$6.00 



8-inch, one-quarter dozen in a box; 6-inch, one-half dozen; other sizes, one dozen. 

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WROUGHT STEEL AUTOMATIC ^'DICKEY" BOLT 

PATENTED AUGUST 24, 1909, AND OCTOBER 4, 1910 




Number 


Finish Price per Dozen 


1070 
1070 J 
1070 Z 


Plain Steel $1.70 

Japanned plates, plain bolts 2.00 

Stanley Sherardized 2.20 



Cut of No. 1070 

one-half size ' -'. "':?• 

nt 

Prices for 1070 J and 1070 Z include screws to match. 

Packed regularly with ordinary staples, one dozen in a box; flat plates can be furnished in 
place of staples, if desired. 

Length of bolt, 7^ inches with 2-inch throw. 

Length of plate, 5H inches; width of plate, 1% inches. 

Weight per dozen pairs, 5% pounds. 

This bolt is particularly suitable for use on outside doors, gates, sheds, etc., as it can be 
securely lockedby a padlock. On the inside of a door it locks automatically. The bolt can be 
used on either right or left-hand doors, by simply changing the staple from one side to the other. 
It can also be used as a foot bolt. 

1" • 

1 ,, WROUGHT STEEL LIGHT SQUARE BOLTS 




Cut of 3-inch. Actual size 



Number 


. , 

Finish 


Per Dozen with Screws 


414 A 
414 D2 
414 F 

414 N 


Planished light bronze 

Planished antique copper 

Dull brass 

Planished nickeled 


$3.80 
4.30 
4.30 
7.00 



One dozen in a box, with screws. 



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WROUGHT STEEL ROUND NECK BOLTS 

BRASS KNOBS 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 



No. llOa. JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS 



Size, inches 
Per dozen . 



$3.65 



5 
$3.85 



6 
$4.10 



One dozen in a box. 

WROUGHT STEEL SQUARE NECK BOLTS— steel springs 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 



Size, Inches 


No. 1102 

Japanned Plates, Polished Bolts 
Per Dozen 


1332 

Galvanized, with Galvanized 
Screws, Per Dozen 


4 
6 

8 


$2.90 
4.30 
5.50 


$4.50 

. . 6.50 

8.00 



One-half dozen in a box. 

Japanned Spring. 



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WROUGHT STEEL SQUARE BOLTS 




; Cut of 6-inch. Two-thirds size 



No. 1088. 



JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS, STANLEY SHERARDIZED 
STEEL SPRINGS AND PLAIN STAPLES* 



Size, inches 


3 


4 


5 1 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 ! 12 


Per dozen 


$2.00 


$2.50 |$2.65 |$2.85 |$3.75 |$4.00 |$4.35 |$6.50 :$7.00 




No. 1336. GALVANIZED 


Size, inches 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 " 12 


Per dozen, with screws . . S3 . 35 


$4.70 


$5.00 


$5.40 


$7.00 


$7.50 


$8.00 


$12.30113.30 



6-inch and smaller, one dozen in a box; 7, 8, and 9-inch, one-half dozen; 10 and 12-inch, 
one-quarter dozen. v 




«- _'' -'- ■ •* • ^ Cut of 6-inch. Two-thirds size 

No. 1090. JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS, STANLEY SHERARDIZED 
STEEL SPRINGS* AND FLOOR PLATES 



Size, inches 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 12 


Per dozen 


$2.00 


$2.50 


$2.65 


$2.85 


$3.75 


$4.00 


$4.35 


$6.50 $7.00 


No. 1337. GALVANIZED 


Size, inches . . . . 


3 1 4 


5 


6 


7 8 


9 


10 


12 


Per dozen, with screws . 


$3.35 |$4.70 


$5.00 


$5.40 


$7.00 $7.50 


$8.00 


$12.30 


$13.30 



6-inch and smaller, one dozen in a box, 7, 8 and 9-inch, one-half dozen; 10 and 12-inch, 
one-quarter dozen. 

The 3-inch of all of above have bolts ^-inch square; the 4, 5 and 6-inch, %-inch square; 
the 7, 8 and 9-inch, J/^-inch square; the 10 and 12-inch, ^-inch square. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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EXTRA HEAVY WROUGHT STEEL SQUARE BOLTS 

STANLEY SHERARDIZED STEEL SPRINGS* 




Size 

Inches 


No. 1094 

Japanned Plates 

Polished Bolts 

Floor Plates 

Per Dozen 


1328 

Galvanized with 

Floor Plates 

Per Dozen 

with 

Galvanized Screws 


4 


$3.25 


$6.75 


5 


3.40 


7.25 


6 


3.60 


7.80 


7 


4.75 


10.00 


8 


5.25 


11.00 


9 


6.00 


12.50 


10 


8.00 


16.00 


12 


9.75 


19.00 


14 


11.00 


22.00 



4, 5 and 6-inch have bolts 3^-inch square. 

7, 8 and 9-inch have bolts ^-inch square. 

10, 12 and 14-inch +iave bolts ?i-inch 
square. 

6-inch and smaller, one-dozen in a box; 
7, 8 and 9-inch, one-half dozen; 10, 12 and 
14-inch, one-quarter dozen. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized 
finish, see page 10. 




Cut of No. 1094, 6-inch. Actual size 

No. 1093 are the same except that they 

have plain staples 



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WROUGHT STEEL SPRING BOLTS 




Cut of 3-inch. Actual size 
No. 1150. JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS, PLATE STAPLES 



Size, inches .... 


2 


2y2 


3 


33^ 


4 


m 5 6 


Per dozen .... 


$1.10 


$1.20 


$1.35 


$1.60 


$1.80 


$2.10 $2.25 $2.70 

1 




Cut of 3-inch. Actual size 
No. 1153. JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS, NARROW STAPLES 



Size, inches .... 


2 2^ 


3 


3H 


4 ' 41^ 

1 


5 


6 


Per dozen .... 


$1.10 


$1.20 


$1.35 


$1.60 


$1.80 


$2.10 


$2.25 


$2,70 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 
No. 1154. JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED NECKED BOLTS 



Size, inches 


2^ 


3 


3K 


4 


4^ 


5 


6 


Per dozen . . . ... 


$1.20 


$1.35 


$1.60 


$1.80 


$2.10 


$2.25 


$2.70 



Al!, one dozen in a box. 



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WROUGHT BRASS SPRING BOLTS 




Cut of 3-inch. Actual size 
No. 1151. WROUGHT BRASS 



Size, inches 


2 


2y2 


3 


m 


4 


4^ 


5 


Per dozen 


$2,25 


$2.70 


$3.25 


$4.00 


$4.30 


$5.15 


S5.40 




Cut of 3-inch. Actual size 
No. 1153. WROUGHT BRASS 



Size, inches 


2 


2K 


3 


3>^ 


4 j 4H 


5 


Per dozen 


$2.25 


$2.70 


$3.25 


$4.00 


$4.30 $5.15 


$5.40 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 
No. 1155. WROUGHT BRASS 



Size, inches 


23^ 


3 


W2 


4 


4K 


5 


Per dozen ......... 


$2.70 


$3-25 


$4.00 


$4.30 


$5.15 


$5.40 



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Size of 

Bolt Proper 

Inches 


No. 1110 

Japanned Plates 

Polished Bolts 

Per Dozen 


1112 

[apanned Plates 

GalvanizedBolta 

Per Dozen 


1326 

i All 
Galvanized 
Per Dozen 


Average 

Weight Per 

100 Dozen 

Pounds 


6 


$2.75 • 


$2.75 


$3.75 


950 


7 


3.00 1 


3.00 


4.13 


1020 


8 


3.38 


3.38 


4.50 


1390 


9 


3.75 


3.75 


5.13 


1510 


10 


4.25 


4.25 


5.75 


1820 


12 


4.75 


4.75 


6.75 


2100 


14 


7.25 


7.25 


10.00 


3880 




No. 1325 




1113 


1327 


Size of 

Bolt Proper 

Inches 


Extra Heavy 
Galvanized 
Per Dozen 


Size 

Inches 


Necked Shutter 

Japanned Plates 

GalvanizedBolts 

Per Dozen 


Necked Shutter 

AH Galvanized 

Per Dozen 




10 


1 

$15.50 


« 


$5.00 


$6.70 


12 


1 18.00 


8 


6.00 


8.00 


14 


j 27.00 


10 


7.50 


10.25 


16 


30.00 






1 



Nos. 1110, 1112, 1113, 1326, 1327, 10-inch and smaller, one-half 
dozen in a box; larger sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

No. 1325, all sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

The size of these bolts is determined by the length of ,the bolt 
proper, not the plate. The staple of the bolts is not completely 
cut from the plate but is indented so that the staple may be 
easily separated. This is done for convenience in handling, and 
to prevent loss of staple. 



Cut of No. 1113 

12-inch. One-third 



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WROUGHT STEEL SHUTTER BOLTS 

BRASS KNOBS, JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS 




Cut of 8-inch. Half size 
No. 1114 



Size, inches 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Per dozen 


$1.65 


$1.90 


12.15 


$2.40 


$2.65 


$3.15 



One-half dozen in a box. 



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WROUGHT STEEL LOCK SHUTTER BOLTS 

TINNED KNOBS, JAPANNED PLATES, POLISHED BOLTS 




Cut of 8-inch. Half size 



No. 1118 








Size, inches 


6 


8 


10 


12 


Per dozen 


$1.75 


12.25 


$2.75 


$3.25 



One-half dozen in a box. 



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No. 1136 FOR WROUGHT SQUARE BOLTS 



^^S^ 1 Per Dozen 


Size Outside 
Inches 


Size of Hole 
Inches 


3 
4, 5 and 6 
7, 8 and 9 
10 and 12 


SO. 40 
.45 
.60 
.75 


IJ^xl 

l^xlKs 
2 xlj^ 
2^xlA 


^x A 

«xH 


No. 1138 SAME AS No. 1136, FOR EXTRA 
HEAVY WROUGHT SQUARE BOLTS 


For Bolts 
Inches 


Per Dozen 


Size Outside 
Inches 


Size of Hole 
Inches 


4, 5 and 6 

7, 8 and 9 

10, 12 and 14 


$0.60 
.75 

.85 


2 xlM 
2Mxl5^ 
2^x2^ 


^xA 
HxH 





WROUGHT STEEL STAPLES 

No. 1130 FOR WROUGHT 
SQUARE BOLTS— JAPANNED 



For Bolts 
Inches 



Per SizeOutside' Size Inside 
Dozen Inches Inches 



3 $0.40 

4, 5 and 6 .45 

7, 8 and 9 .60 

10 and 12 ,75 



1 M X j^ ; 1% X fg 



2^x: _ 
23^x1 
2Mx 1 



If ^ i'i 

T6 X 16 



No. 1133 SAME AS No. 1130, FOR 

EXTRA HEAVY WROUGHT 

SQUARE BOLTS 



For Bolts 
Inches 



Per Size Outside Size Inside 
Dozen Inches Inches 



4, 5and 6$0.60|23^ xl H^a 

7, 8and 9 .75 |2% x 1 HxH 

10.12andl4| .85 '2^^ x 1^ xl x if 



WROUGHT STEEL FLAT STRIKES FOR WROUGHT BARREL BOLTS 




Number 


No. 1134 

For Bolts 
Inches 


Per 
Dozen 


Size Outside 

Inches 




For 1076 


For 1078* 




1 

2 

3 

4 


2 

3 

3>^ 


2M 
3 and 4 
5 and 6 


$0.35 
.40 
.45 
.50 


1 X Ih 
lAxlM 



*Also furnished in brass for 1073 and 1077. Prices on application. 



No. 1136 

Number ! por 1076 Bolts f 
Inches 



Per 

Dozen 



Size Outside 
Inches 



2 
3 

W2 



1073. 

Prices on 

application 



,40 



Cuts full size 2 

1134^No. 3 1136— No.3 | 

All packed 3 dozen in a box ^ 

The above strikes permit the use of Barrel Bolts in place of Neck Bolts, see pages 158 and 159. 

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brass for .30 

.35 



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WROUGHT STEEL SHUTTER BARS 





Cut of IM-inch. Actual size 






Cut of 2-inch. Actual size '•'*'s 



Size 
Inches 



No. 450 A 450 D2 



2 



Planished 
Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 
with Screws 



$1.00 
1.20 



Planished 

Antique Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$1.30 

1.50 



450 F 

Planished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 

with Screws 



$1.30 
1.50 



452 A 



452 D2 



Polished Polished 

Light Bronze Antique Copper 

Per Dozen Per Dozen 

with Screws with Screws 



452 F 

Polished 
Dull Brass 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 



SI. 60 

1.80 



$2.00 

2.25 



$2.00 
2.25 



One dozen in a box, with screws. 



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WROUGHT STEEL STEAMBOAT SHUTTER FASTS 




Cut two-thirds size 
Size, 3-inch 

No. im. JAPANNED 

Per dozen, with screws . $0.85 




Cut two-thirds size 
Size, 3-inch 



No. 1134. JAPANNED WITH BRASS KNOBS 

Per dozen, with screws 



$1.15 



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PART III 

. ■ / ■*'■■ • .- • ' 

MISCELLANEOUS GOODS 

WROUGHT SHELF BRACKETS 

THUMB LATCHES 

HANDLES, HASPS AND STAPLES 

CORNER IRONS 

WASHERS 

BACK BAND BUCKLES, ETC. 



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WROUGHT STEEL SHELF BRACKETS 

PATENTED 



Cut of No. 490 

8 X 10-inch 
Half size 



Size 
Inches 


No. 790 

Japanned 
Per 

Dozen Pairs 


490 A 

Bronze-plated 
490 C 

Brass-plated 
490 D2 

Antique Copper 
490 N 

Nickel-plated 

Per Dozen Pairs 

with Screws 


Dozen Pairs 
in a Case 

18 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 

No. 790 

Pounds 


3x 4 


• $1^20 


S3. 75 


61 


4x5 


1.60 


4.40 


15 


84 


5x 6 


2.20 


5.00 


15 


110 


5x7 


2.40 


6.20 


12 


1 94 


6x 8 


3.00 


8.20 


8 


1 106 


7x9 


3.60 


8.70 


5 


78 


•- 8 X 10 


4.20 


9.00 


5 


92 


- 10 X 12 


6.00 


12.00 


3J/2 


i 99 


• 12 X 14 


9.00 


13.00 


3H 


123 



No. 790, 3x4, 4 X 5-inch, one dozen pairs in a box;- 5 x 6 to 
7 X 9-inch inclusive, one-half dozen; larger sizes, one-quarter dozen. 

No. 490, etc., 7 x 9-inch and smaller, one-half dozen; larger sizes, 
one-quarter dozen. 



NOTICE THE FOLLOWING POINTS OF SUPERIORITY IN THIS BRACKET 

1. The use of the arched or angle forms of steel in the wall and shelf plates, which give 
much more strength with less metal than if made flat. 

2. The corrugation of the brace, which renders it secure against buckling or bending side- 
ways under the severest strain. 

The application of these principles makes a light but very strong bracket. 

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Number 



790 
490 A 
490 C 
490 D2 
490 N 



Japanned 
Bronze-plated, with screws 
Brass-plated, with screws 
Ant. cop.-pltd., with screws 
Nickel-pltd., with screws 



16x18 $26.00 
16x18 60.00 
16x18 I 60.00 
16x18 60.00 
16x18 I 60.00 



Section of bracket, full size, showing 
end of wall plate, method of attaching 
brace, and corrugation. 



Each pair of 490C and 490N packed with four ^-inch dowels, which can be screwed into 
screw holes in place of screws for supporting marble. , 

One pair in a package. 

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WROUGHT STEEL SHELF BRACKETS 

PATENTED 



"' • M:\t '■' 




Cut of No. 793 
8 X 10-inch 
Half size 







492 A 










Bronze-plated 








No. 792 


492 C 

Brass-plated 






Size 
Inches 


Japanned 


492 D2 

Antique Copper 
492 N 


Dozen Pairs 
in a Case 


Average Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 




Per Dozen Pairs 










Nickel-plated 










Per Dozen Pairs 








$1.20 


with Screws 


18 




3x 4 


13.75 


60 


4x 5 


1.60 


4.40 


15 


80 


5x 6 


2.20 


5.00 


15 


100 


5x 7 


2.40 


6.20 


12 


85 


6x 8 


3.00 


8.20 


8 


76 


7x 9 


3.60 


8.70 


5 


60 


8x10 


1 4.20 


9.00 


5 


74 


10x12 


' 6.00 


12.00 


3H 


85 


12x14 


9.00 


13.00 


3H 


120 


16x18 


20.00 


30.00 

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No. 792, 3 X 4, 4 X 5-inch, one dozen pairs in a box; 5 x6 to 7 x 9-inch inclusive, one-half 
dozen; 8 x 10 to 12 x 14-inch inclusive, one-quarter dozen; 16 x 18-inch, one pair in a package. 

No. 492, etc., 7 x 9-inch and smaller, one-half dozen; 8x10 to 12 x 14-inch inclusive, 
one-quarter dozen; 16 x 18-inch one pair in a package, 

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WROUGHT STEEL SINK BRACKETS 




WITH DETACHABLE 
BRACE 



PATENTED DECEMBER 24, 1912 



Small cut is one-quarter size of 11 x 14-inch, and illustrates 
bracket assembled. 

Large cut is one-third size of 12 x 17-inch and illustrates bracket 
with brace removed. 

The 11 X 14, one-fourth dozen pairs in a box; the 12 x 17, one 
pair in a paper. 

23^ Dozen in a Case 

No. 797. JAPANNED 



Size, inches . . 
Per dozen pairs 



11x14 



$9.30 



No. 7»7 N. NICKEL-PLATED 



Size, inches 

Per dozen pairs, with screws 



11x14 



$28.10 



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No. 797 Z.* STANLEY SHERARDIZED 



Size, inches 



11x14 



^ 



Per dozen pairs, with screws 



$15.00 



12x17 



$11.30 



12x17 



$32.30 



12x17 



$18.00 



These brackets are made of U-shaped steel, which adds materially to their strength. 
Ihe brace can be detached as illustrated, without taking the bracket from the wall. The 
11 x 14-mch have slots 5-16 x 4 inches and are for sinks 14 to 18 inches. The 12 x 17-inch 
have slots 5-16 x 4^ mches and are for sinks 18 to 20 inches. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL FOLDING BRACKETS 



This is the best bracket made for 
folding shelves. 

Locks automatically when open 
and can be let down out of the way 
quickly and easily. 

No. 794, JAPANNED 



Size, Inches 



8x 8 
12x12 
16 X 16 




Per Do2,en Pairs 



$8.00 
12.00 
20.00 



One pair in a box. 

8x8 and 12 x 12-inch, six dozen 
in a case. 16 x 16-inch, Z}4 dozen in 
a case. 




Cut of 8 X 8-inch 
Half size 



No. 494 A. PLANISHED BRONZED 



Size, Inches 



8x 8 
12x12 
16x16 



Per Dozen Pairs 

with Screws 



$12.00 
17.00 
25.00 



No. 494 N. NICKEL-PLATED 



Size, Inches 



8x 8 
12x12 
16x16 



Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 



$14.00 
20.00 
30.00 



One pair in a box. 

8x8 and 12 x 12-inch, 6 dozen in a case. 

16 X 16-inch, 33^ dozen in a case. 



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WROUGHT STEEL DESK SLIDES 

BRASS-PLATED 




Cut of No. 430 

7y2-inch. Half size 

No. 430. WITH SWIVEL BASE 



Size, inches 


m 


10 


12 






Per dozen pairs 


$2.20 


$2.40 


$2.60 




Weight per dozen pairs, pounds .... 


2V2 


3 


3^2 







No. 


431. 


WITHOUT BASE 






Size, inches 


.7y2 


10 


12 


Per dozen pairs . ., 


$1.70 


$1.80 


$2.00 


Weight per dozen 


pairs, 


pounds . 


• • 


• 


1¥5 


2% 


2^5 



One dozen pairs in a box 





Size, inches 



Per dozen pairs 



Cut half size 
No. 432. JOINTED 



Weight per dozen pairs, pounds 



One dozen pairs in a box 



180 A 



10 



$2.00 



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WROUGHT STEEL DESK SLIDES 

No. 433. CORRUGATED AND JOINTED 



No. 433C. BRASS PLATED 




Cut of No. 433. Quarter size 

Made right and left hand. Packed one dozen pairs in a box 



Size 
Inches 


Size of 

Screws 

Required 


Per 

Dozen 

Pairs 

Without 

Screws 


Weight 

per 
Dozen 
Pairs 

Pounds 


10 


2 Only 
% X 5 F. H. 

lOnly 
%x6R H. 


$1.20 


1% 



No. 434. CORRUGATED AND JOINTED 
REVERSIBLE 




Cut of No. 434. Quarter size 



No. 434C. BRASS PLATED 



Size 
Inches 


Size of 

Screws 

Required 


Per 

Dozen 

Pairs 

Without 

Screws 


Weight 

per 
Dozen 
Pairs 

Pounds 


10 


2 Only 

%x5F H. 

lOnly 
%x 6R H. 


$1.30 


1% 



Packed one dozen pairs in a box 



WROUGHT STEEL CHEST LID SUPPORTS 

No. 435. FOR CEDAR CHESTS, ETC. 



No. 435C. BRASS PLATED 




Size 
Inches 


Size of 

Screws 
Included 


Per 

Single 
Dozen 

With 
Screws 


Weight 

per 

Single 

Doz, and 

Screws 

Pounds 


12 


2 Only 
%x6F. H- 

2 Only 
% X 7 R. H. 


$1.50 


IVr. 



Cut of No. 435. Quarter size 

Packed one dozen single in a box, with % x 6 flat head and % x 7 round head s( 
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EXTRA HEAVY LATCH 

WITH ESCUTCHEON PLATE WROUGHT STEEL 

No. 1263— This latch is made entirely of wrought 
steel and will not break. It is, therefore, greatly 
superior to the old style cast iron latches. The heavy es 
cutcheon plate improves the appear- 
ance of the latch; and, by spreading 
out the position of the screws, it in- 
creases their gripping power consid- 
erably. Note the large thumb-piece. 

Dimensions 
same as No. 
1252, page 181. 

Size of es- 
cutcheon plate, 
14>^ X 2^ in. 

Equipped 



. iue 





One-quarter size 

with combination holes for bolts or screws. 

1 o^.'^^^^^'^'^'f^ /" Japanned, l x 11 for smaU escutcheon which 

1263-J; Dead Black Japanned, " ' ' 

1263-Jl; Stanley Sherardized, 
1263-Z; Dead Black Japanned 
over Stanley Sherardized. 
Z1263-J1. 

Packed one set in a box with 
IV2 X 13 screws for handle, catch 
and guide; 13,4 x 13 for bar, and 



fits over thumb-latch on outside of 
door. 

Gross weight of each, 41/3 lbs. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 

c, 1^^-,,^^^^' ^^^^T Wrought 
Steel Padlock Eyes, illustrated on 
page 122 can be used with this 
latch for securely padlocking gar- 
age, warehouse, barn and other 
heavy doors. 

EXTRA HEAVY DOOR HANDLE OR PULL 

MOUNTED ON ESCUTCHEON PLATE WROUGHT STEEL 

^ No. 1266— The appearance of this Pull is greatly 
improved by mounting the handle on an escutcheon 
plate. The holding power of the screws is materi- 
ally increased because they are spread over a much 
wider space. 




Matches No. 1263 andNo. 

1264 I,atch Sets, and is for use 
on inside of opposite door. 

The handle proper (No. 

1265 > is reinforced at points 
of greatest strain and is de- 
signed to develop the full 
strength of the metal. The 
grip is of generous size and 
conforms to the shape of the 
hand. 

Equipped with combina- 
tion holes for screws or bolts. 



Made only in one size 
U}4 inches long and 2^ inch- 
es wide. Handle proper, 10>k 
inches long and 1^ inches 
wide; ends, 2)4 inches wide. 

Gross weight per pair, 41/2 lbs. 

Finished in Dead Black Japan 
Jl; Japanned, J; Stanley Sherard- 
c. '/' l'}'^ Dead Black Japan over 
btanley Sherardized, Z-Jl. 

■,u ftT^^.^o ^"^^ °^^3^ ^" a box 
with 11/2 X 13 screws. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 
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No. 1266 

One-quarter size 



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WITH TWO ESCUTCHEON PLATES, HANDLES AND THUMB-PIECES 



WROUGHT STEEL 



No. 1264 




The two handles and 
thnmb-pieces provide a 
comfortable grip in hand- 
ling a heavy door from 
either side. No. 1264 
greatly improves the ap- 
pearance of the entrance. 
It is adjnstable for doors 
from 1% to 2Vi inches 
thick, althongh it can be 
supplied on special orders 
for doors of any thickness. 
The parts are put together 
without use of tools or set 
screws and when once ap- 
plied to the door, cannot 
become loose or drop out. 

This latch is made entirely 
of heavy wrought steel and is 
designed for heavy service. 
Combination screw holes in 
the escutcheon plates permit 
securely bolting the plates to- 
gether through the door, using >4-i^ich carriage or stove bolts. 



One-quarter size 



FOR GARAGE, MILL, OR HEAVY DOORS 



Size of escutcheon plates, 143/2 x 2}i 
inches. 

Length of bar, 12 inches. 

Furnished in Japanned, 1264- J ; 
Dead Black Japanned, 1264-J1 ; Stan- 
ley Sherardized, 1264-Z; and Dead 
Black Japanned over Stanley Sherard- 
ized, Z-1264-J1. ^^ 

Packed one set complete in a box 
with directions, i x 13 screws for 
handles, i;^ x 13 screws for catch and 



guide, i^ X 13 screws for bar pivot. 
One extra flush catch or mortise strike, 
3x2 inches, illustrated above-, is in- 
cluded with each latch set. 

Gross weight, 6}^ lbs. per set. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 

No. 1245 heavy wrought steel pad- 
lock eyes, shown on page 122, or 
safety hasps, should be used with this 
latch, if it is desired to padlock door. 



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WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY GARAGE AND 
BARN DOOR LATCHES 



PATENTED 








Cut of No. 1253, One-third size 



The No. 1245 Wrought Steel Padlock Eye illustrated on page 122 can be used with this 
latch and makes a practical and inexpensive device for securely fastening garage, barn, and 
other doors. 



No. 1252 J 

Japanned per Dozen 
with Screws 


No. 1252 Z* 

Stanley Sherardized 
per Dozen 
with Screws 


Length of Handle 
Extreme Inches 


Length of Bar 
Inches 


Average Weight 
per Dozen. Pounds 


$17.50 


$25.00 


103^ 


12 


36 



Packed one in a box, with screws. 

These latches, being made entirely of wrought steel, will not break. They are conse- 
quently greatly superior to the old style cast iron latches. These latches have combination 
holes; square to permit the use of bolts and nuts, and countersunk for wood screws. 

The escutcheon plate shown fits over the thumb latch on the outside of the door covering 
the hole and giving the latch a finished appearance. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL THUMB LATCHES 




Catch for Nos. 
1, 2 and 3 

Cut of No. 3. Half size 
The thumb piece is drawn thru handle to show construction 



No. 1250 J 1250 A \ 1250 D2 1250 Z* 



Size 
Number 



Light Antique Stanley 

Bronze Copper Sherardized 

J^fKQ™^ Per Dozen Per Dozen Per Dozen 

witn bcrews ^.^^^ Screws with Screws with Screws 



Japanned 
Per Dozen 



Length of 

Handle 

Extreme 

Inches 



Dozen in a 
Case 



Average 

Weight 

of Full Cases 

Pounds 



$1.90 
2.30 
3.50 
6.00 



$3.25 
3.75 
5.20 
8.00 



$3.60 
4.10 
5.60 
8.45 



$2.30 
2.80 
4.50 
8.00 



5H 


20 


76 


6M 


20 


104 


7^ 


10 


87 


83^ 1 


6 


104 



All packed one set in a box with screws, also as follows: 
Nos. 1 and 2, one dozen in a box, with screws; other sizes, one-half dozen. 
These latches, being made of wrought steel, will not break. Their advantages over the 
old style cast-iron latches are obvious. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. • 

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WATROUS-ACME 
BARN DOOR LATCH 

WROUGHT STEEL 




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(Illustralion one-half size) 

No. 1240 



\ Durability is the idea around which this Barn Door Latch is built. Its few 
parts are heavy and strong. The Latch locks automatically and it is easily 
operated from either side of the door by means of a roomy comfortable handle. 
It is adjustable for doors all the way from %-inch to 1% inches thick. 
: This Latch is carefully protected against rust. The Bolt is Tinned ; the 
ifSpring, Sherardized; the handles, plates and strikes heavily coated with Japan. 

The angle slant on the strikes and 
the bevel on the bolt allow this Latch 



to lock automatically. The Bolt is 
wrought steel, solid at its working end. 
It has a ^-yuj-inch throw. 

One easy motion, a pull on either 

handle, slides bolt back. These handles 

are connected by a bar |4-inch thick. 

Note how the inside plate is applied -well 

back from the jamb so that there is no danger 



of injuring the hand. This inside handle 
may be left off and the I^atch converted into 
an extra heavy catch. 

The strike is made wider than the bolt to 
allow for any sagging of the door. 

No. 1240 is packed j4 dozen in a carton 
with %-inch No. 10 screws, 1 pair of Safety 
Padlock Eyes, Stanley Works No. 1245 
Size 2, and illustrated directions for ap- 
plication. 

Gross weight of carton 5 pounds; ship- 
ping weight, per gross, 175 pounds. 



New Britain, Conn. 



Watrous-Acme Mfg. Co. 

Des Moinks, Iowa 

Sold by The Stanley Works 

100 Lafayette St., New York City 73 E. Lake St., Chicago. 111. 



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WROUGHT STEEL THUMB LATCHES 

FOR PADLOCKS 




Cut of No. 3. Half size 
The thumb piece is drawn thru handle to show construction 





No. 1260 J 


1260 A 


1260 D2 


1260 Z* 






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Size 
Number 


Japanned 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


T-ength of 
Handle 

Extreme 
Inches 


Dozen in a 
Case 


Average 

Weight 

of Full Case 

Pounds 


2 


$2.30 


$3.75 


$4.10 


$2.80 


m 


20 


104 


3 .-. 


3.50 


5.20 


5.60 


4.50 


75^ 


10 


87 


4 


6.00 


8.00 


8.45 


8.00 


8% 


6 


104 



All packed one set in a box with screws; also as follows: 
No. 2, one dozen in a box, with screws; Nos. 3 and 4, one-half dozen. 
These latches are made from wrought steel and will not break. They are much better in 
every way than the old style cast-iron latches. The plates have holes for inserting padlock, 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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No. 1255 

Cut of No. 3 
Half size 






No. 1357. Cut of 
No. 3. Half size 



No. 


1255 J 


1255 A 


1255 D2 


1255 Z* 


! 


Size 
No. 


1257 J 

Japanned 


1257 A 

Light 
Bronze 


1257 D2 

Antique 
Copper 


1257 Z 

Stanley 

Sherard- 
ized 


Length Av.Gro. 
of Doz. Weight 
Handle in a of Full 
Extrm. Case Cases 
Inches i lbs. 




Per Dozen with Screws 


' 


1 


$0.75 


$1.10 


$1.20 


$1.00 53^ 20 30 


2 


1.00 


1.40 


1.55 


1.30 6M 20 ; 40 


3 ; 1.45 


1.80 


2.00 


1.80 


7^ 


10 


38 


4 2.30 


2.85 


3.10 


3.00 


SH 


6 


42 



No. 4, one-half dozen in a box, with screws; other 
sizes, one dozen. 

No. 1257, sizes 3 and 4 have two screw holes in each 
end. All sizes of No. 1255 have three holes, two in the No. 1358. Half size 
top and one in the bottom. 





WROUGHT STEEL DOOR 
SCREEN PULLS 

Extreme length of Pull, 4Ji inches 



OR 



Number 



Description 



Per Dozen 
; with Screw 



1258 J Japanned $0.70 

1258 A Light Bronze .... 1 . 10 

1258 D2 Antique Copper . . . , 1.25 

1258 Z* "Stanley" Sherardized .90 



Packed one dozen in a box, with screws. 

WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY DOOR 
HANDLES 



FOR 


GARAGES, STABLES, FREIGHT 
CARS, ETC. 


No. 
1265 J 

Japanned 
Per Doz. 

with 
Screws 


1265 Z* 

Stanley 

Sher- 
ardized 
Per Doz. 

with 
Screws 


Size 

Length 

Extreme 

Inches 


Width 
Width I of 
Inches Ends 

Inches 


Net Wgt. 
Per 100 
Dozen 
Pounds 


$5.00 


$6.00 


10^ 


IH W2 


923 



One-half dozen in a box, with 13^ x 13-inch 
screws to match. 

Finished by the Stanley Sherardizing process 
these handles are absolutely rust proof. They 
have a smooth, velvety surface which is a part 
of the metal itself, and will not chip or wear off. 

The No. 1265 Handle is reenforced at points 
of greatest strain, and is designed to develop the 
full strength of the metal. The grip is of gen- 
erous' size and conforms to the shape of the hand. 
Without question this is the strongest and most ' 
comfortable handle made. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized 
finish, see page 10, 

Cut of No.^ 1365 

Half size 

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WROUGHT STEEL HANDLE 

No. 482 

Wrap your hand round the comfortable 
grip of this new Stanley Handle and you 
know you have hold of first class hardware. 

482 is the best looking handle on the 
market. Made of cold rolled wrought 
steel, it cannot break in stock, nor in use; 
it takes a beautiful finish; its surface is 
smooth as glass and its edges are clean cut. 

As wrought steel has forced out every other 
cast article in builders hardware, so No. 482 is 
bound to displace cast handles. 

Its good looks win for it a prominent place on 
the highest grade of work ; yet its price permits 
its use on any competitive job. 

For outside work, we advise Stanley's Sher- 
ardized and plated finishes. This is our new gal- 
vanizing process over which we plate. For further 
description of Sherardized finish, see page 10. 



WORK 



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Number 


Finish 


Number 


Finish 


482 A 


I^ight Bronze . . . 


IZ482 A 


Stanley 
Plated 


482 D2 

482 F 


Antique Copper . . 
Dull Brass . . . . 


Z482 D2 
Z482F 


482 J 

482 Jl 

482 Z 


Japanned . . . . 
Dead Black Japanned 
Sherardized . . . 


Z482 J 

Z482 Jl 


over 

Sherardized 

Finishes 



For net prices, see price sheet. 

Packed, with 1 x 9 flat head screws, 1 dozen 
in a box ; put up 2 gross and 3 gross in a case. 

Average gross weight, per dozen, 2% lbs 

*' 2 gross case, 81 
'' * " '* 3 *' " 112 " 



Cut of No. 482 

, Actual size 
I^ength, 61/2 inches 
Width of Plate, 1% inches 
Made onlv in this size 



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WINDOW SHUTTER HANDLES 

FRENCH PATTERN. WROUGHT STEEL PLATE 




Cut of No. 3 
Half size 



No. nOOJ. JAPANNED 




One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 



WROUGHT STEEL LIFTING HANDLES 




No. 1202 J 

Size Japanned 
Number Per Dozen 
Pairs with 
Screws 


1202 A 

Llqht Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1202 D2 1 

Antique 
Copper. Per 
Dozen Pairs 
witji Screws : 


1202 N 

Nickeled 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1202 Z* 1 

Stanley Sher- ^eof 
ardized, Per flates 
Dozen Pairs Inches 
with Screws [ 


Width of 
Handles 
Inches 


Size of 

Wire 


1 S2.50 

2 2.75 

3 i 3.00 


S3. 50 
4.00 
4.50 


$4.00 1 

4.60 
5.10 


$4.50 
5.20 
5.70 


$3.20 5 xl 
3.50 5J^xl 
4.20 6Hxl 


2^ 

3 

4 


i 



One dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL HEAVY CHEST HANDLES 




Cut of No. nm J, Z}4 inch. Full size 




Size 

Width 

of 
Handle 
Inches 



|No.l205jl 1205 A 1 1205 D2 1205 N 

Antique \ Nickeled 
Copper p'^D^^z 
PerDoz. pP-rJ^J- 



2 
4 



Japanned \ 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 



$1.75 
2.50 
3.60 
5.00 
7.00 



Light 

Bronze 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with .Pairs with 



Screws 



$3.00 
4.40 
5.50 
6.50 
8.70 



Screws 

$3.50 
5,00 
6.20 
7.20 



Screws 

$4.00 
5.60 
6.90 
7.90 



9.40 i 10.10 



Cut of No. 1205 J, 2-inch. Full size 
2-inch, one doz. pairs in a box, with screws. 
334 and 33^-inch, one-half doz. pairs. 
4 and 4^-inch, one-quarter doz. pairs. 
Following are exact widths of plates: 2%, 

3^, 3^, 4A and 4 Ji inches. 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, 

see page 10. 



Size 


1205 Z* 


1331 






Width 
of 


Stanley 

Sherard- 


Galvanized 


Size of 


Size of 


Handle 


Per Dozen 


Plates 


Wire 


Inches 


Doz. Pairs 
with Screws 


Pairs with 
Screws 


Inches 


Inches 


2 


$2.00 


$2.50 


23^xlM 


7 
3^ 


334 


3.50 


4.00 


3^x3 


A 


3K 


5.00 


5.60 


mxZVs 


a 


4 


6.50 


7.50 


43^x3 Ji 


H 


4H 


9.50 


10.50 


5 x4Ji 


^ 



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WROUGHT STEEL TUB HANDLES 

CURVED PLATES 




Cut of No. 1310 Actual size 



Number Finish 

1210 J ■ Japanned . , 

1210 Z* Stanley Sherardized .... 
1348 Galvanized 

Size of plate, 434 x 3K inches. Size 
of wire, ^-inch. 

One-half dozen pairs in a box, with 
screws. 



Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 



$7.50 

9,00 

10.00 






Number 


Finish 


Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1209 J 
1209 Z* 
1323 


Japanned .... 
Stanley Sherardized 
Galvanized . . . 


$5.50 
8.00 
9.00 



Length of handle, 3H inches. 
Size of wire, j^-inch. 
*For description of Stanley Sher- 
ardized finish, see page 10. 




Cut of No. 1309. Half size 



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WROUGHT STEEL MILK CAN HANDLES 

CURVED PLATES. PATENTED TUBULAR GRIPS 




Cut of No. 1211. Tinned. Full size 



Size 
Width of 
Handle 

Inches 


No, 1211 J 

Japanned 

Per 1.000 

Pairs 


No. 1211 

Tinned 

Per 1.000 

Pairs 


Size of 
Plates 
Inches 


Size of 
Wire 
Inches 


Size of 
Hole 
Inches 


Average 

Weight per 

Bbl.(250prs.) 

Pounds Net 


Size of 

Rivet Holes 

Inches 


4H 


$375.00 


$465.00 


.33^x3 


A 


H 


282 


A 



Packed 250 pairs in a barrel. 

These handles are designed especially for milk cans and the large hole in the plate is for 
hooks where the cans are loaded and unloaded by conveyor systems. The plate at the hole 
is one-half inch from the can, giving ample room for the hook to engage the Handle. The 
groove in the plate prevents moisture from lodging behind the plate, and fits over the seam in 
the can. The rivet holes are countersunk on the back of the plate for No. 8 screw. This 
permits flat head rivets to draw the can into the countersink making a strong, finished, sanitary 
job on the inside of the can, and the riveting is then done on the outside. Lugs formed under 
the Handle on both sides of plate hold the Handle away from the can, so that the Handle is 
easily grasped. 

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WROUGHT STEEL CHEST HANDLES 

"PERFECTED" DESIGN 
FLAT PLATES. PATENTED TUBULAR GRIPS 




Cut of No, i;?14 J. Actual size 



Size 

Width 

of 

Handle 
Inches 


No. 1214 J 

Japanned 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1214 A 

Light 

Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1214 D 

Dull Copper 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1214 D2 

Antique 

Copper 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1214 N 1214 Z* 


Size of 

Plates 
Inches 


Size of 
Wire 
Inches 


4^ 


$3.15 


$4.00 


$3.50 


$4.40 


$5.00 


$3.80 


3^x3 


A 



Packed one-quarter dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 
These handles may be had in any finish desired, 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10, 

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WROUGHT STEEL CHEST HANDLES 



PATENTED TUBULAR GRIPS 




• * 



\i ' ." 



%rt, 



Cut of No. 1316. Actual size 



.■'■■ -i'V; 



Size 
Width 

of 
HaMe 
In^ 


No. 1216 J 

Japanned 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1216 A 

Light Bronze 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1216 D 

Dull Copper 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1216 D2 

Ant. Copper 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1216 N 

Nickeled 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


1216 Z* 

Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


Size 
of Plate 
Inches 


Size 
of Wire 
Inches 


W2 


$3.75 


$4.60 


$4.10 


$5.00 


$6.25 


$4.40 


4Jix2K 


A 



Packed one-quarter dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 

Packed ten dozen pairs in a case. 

*For description of "Stanley" Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL CHEST HANDLES 

HEAVY 




Cut of No. 1306. No. 3 _ . v / 

For list prices, see next page J'* 

Size of plates Nos. 1 and 2, 1 J^ x 4 inches; Nos. 3 and 4, 1 J^ x 4}^ inches. No. 5, 2 x 5 inches 

LIGHT ^ .. 

Holes not countersunk ' '" 




Cut of No. 1308. No. 3 



For list prices, see next page 
Size of plates Nos. 1 and 2, IJ^ x 4 inches; Nos. 3 and 4, l?^ x 4^ inches; No. 5, IJi x 5 inches 

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For cuts, see preceding page 



Size 
Number 


No. 1206 

Heavy 

Japanned 

Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 


1206 Z* 

Stanley 
Sherardiaed 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


1322 

Heavy 
Galvanized 
Per Dozen 
Pairs with 

Screws 


1208 

Light 
Japanned 
Per Dozen 

Paire 


Length of 

Handles 

All Numbers 

Inches 


Size of Wire 

Nos. 1206. 

1322 

Inches 


Size of Win 

No. 1208 

loches 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


$2.75 
3.30 
3.70 
4.20 
4.70 


$3.50 
4.30 
4.80 
5.60 
6.40 


$4.70 
5.25 
6.00 
7.00 
7.70 


$2.25 

2.70 
3.00 
3.40 
3.85 


3 
3 

3>^ 

33^ 
3^ 







No. 5, one-half dozen pairs in a box;, other sizes, one dozen. 



WROUGHT STEEL TRAP DOOR RINGS 

FLUSH 
PATENTED DECEMBER 12, 1905 




Cut of No. 1315 J. No. 1 



Size 

Number 


No. 1215 J 

Japanned 
Per Dozen 

with Screws 


1215 A 1215 D2 

Light Bronze ^^^f 
Per Dozen i Per Dozen 
with Screws ^jth Screws 


1215 Z* 

Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 
with Screws 


1347 

Galvanized 
Per Dozen 

with Screws 


Size of Plates 
Inches 


Size of Wire 
Inches 


1 
2 
3 


$2.60 j $4.70 
3.30 5.50 
4.50 ! 6.00 


$5.30 
6.20 
6.70 


$3.20 
4.00 
5.50 


$4.00 
5,00 
6.60 


3 xSH 

3Hx3M 
dUx4H 


ft 



One dozen in a box, with screws. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL 
DOUBLE-ACTING FOLDING SCREEN HINGES 

IMPROVED PATTERN 

In applying this improved double- 
■ acting Screen Hinge, all screws can now 
be driven without reversing the Hinge. 




Number 


Description 


875 
875C 

875D 
875N 


Blued Steel 
Brass Plated 
Dull Copper 
Nickel Plated 



Size, Width 
Closed 
Inches 


I^ength 
of Joint 
Inches 


Size of Screws 


Average 

Gross Weight 

Per Dozen Pairs 


Dozen Pairs 
in a 
Case 


Average Weight 

of 

Full Case 


1V4 


1% 
2 


% X 6 
% X G 


About 2 lbs. 
.. 3 '' 


' 100 
50 


229 lbs. 
198 *' 






Packed one dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 
See price sheet for net prices. 

WROUGHT STEEL 
SUMMER DOOR HANGERS 

No. 1917 



SIZE 



Ivength of Plate, inches 
Width " '' 
Length " Slot, 

" Hook, 
Countersunk for Screw No. 
Number of Sets in Carton 
Weight of Package . . . 




2%-inch, made with one hook only. 

Each set consists of 4 hook and 4 eye- 
pieces wrapped in paper. 

See price sheet for net prices. 




No . 1917 

Illustration shows 
2% ill. one-half size 



No. 1917 

Illustration shows 
6 in. one-half size 



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DRAWER PULLS 

WROUGHT STEEL 




No. 462 

About two-thirds size 




No. 463 

About two-thirds size 




No. 470 

About two-thirds size 




No. 472 

About three-fourths size 



These Drawer Pulls can be had in bright steel, brass plated (C), dull 
copper (D), and antique copper (D2). 

Nos. 462, 463, 470, packed with screws, 3 dozen in a carton, 25 gross in "a case. 
No. 472 " " '' 3 « '^ " CO " 



Width : . . 

Average gross weight, per i/4 gross 
" case . 

Size of screw . .... 



462 



3% in. 
2 lbs. 
203 ** 

Round 
Head 



463 



3% in. 
2 lbs. 
203 ** 

% X 6 
Round 

Head 



470 



3% in. 
2% lbs. 
277 '' 
%x6 
Oval 
Head 



472 

31/4 in. 
11/2 lbs. 
300 '* 

V2 X 5 

Rotmd 

Head 



See price sheet for net prices. 



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Number 

460 A 
460 D2 
460 G 

763 



Cut of No. 460. Actual size 
Size, 3-inch 



Finish 



Planished and bronzed 
Antique copper 
Brass-plated . 
Japanned 



Six dozen in a box, with screws. 

WROUGHT STEEL LIFTS 



Per Dozen with Screws 



$0.50 
.75 
.50 
.45 



> . -*>.. 



lA-uM^-i^n^^tl^ 




Number 

465 A 
465 D2 
465 G 
765 
765Z* 



Cut of No. 465. Actual size 
Size, 3}^-inch 



Finish 



Planished and bronzed , 

Antique copper 

Brass-plated . 

Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 



Six dozen in a box, with screws, 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

193 



Per Dozen with Screws 

$0.40 
.65 . 
.40 
.35 
.45 



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WROUGHT STEEL BAR SASH LIFTS 




No. 480 



Finish 



Number 



Per Gross 
with Screws 



I Number 
I 1 



Bronzed, planished 480 A $10.00 

Antique copper, planished . . | 480 D2 10.00 

Antique copper, sand finish. . 480 SD2 12.00 

Dull brass 480 F 10.00 

Antique brass j 480 F2 10 . 00 

Antique brass, sand finish . . 480 SF2 12.00 

Dead black electro-plate • . . | 480 H 12.50 

Nickeled 480 N 13.00 



Number 
2 



Per Gross 
with Screws 



Number 



$12.00 
12.00 
13.00 
12.00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.25 
15.00 



Z480A 
Z 480 D2 
Z 480 SD2 
Z480F 
Z 480 F2 
Z 480 SF2 
Z 480 H 
Z480N 



Number 
1 



I $18.50 
18.50 
20.00 

I 18.50 
18.50 
20,00 
21.00 
21.75 



Number 
2 



$20.00 
20.00 
21.75 
20.00 
20.00 
21.75 
22.50 
23.25 



No. 1, 4^ inches long. No. 2, 5?^ inches long. Both packed 1 dozen in a box with 
screws. No. 1, 10 gross in case. No. 2, 5 gross in case. One dozen No. 1 weigh 1 pound 
gross. One dozen No. 2 weigh 2 pounds, gross. Average weight of full cases: No. 1 net' 
108 pounds; gross, 135 pounds. No. 2, net, 113 pounds; gross, 140 pounds 



WROUGHT STEEL FLUSH SASH 
LIFTS 

No. 484 

Designed for use where sliding screens inside the 
window do not permit use of ordinary lifts. When 
applied the hooks are flush with the face of the sash. 
Can also be used on screens. Offset J^ inch. ' No mor- 
tising necessary. 

Cut of No. 484. Full size 




Number | Pinish 

484 A Bronzed, planished 

484 D2 Antique copper, planished . 

484 SD2 Antique copper, sand finish 

484 F Dull brass 

484 F2 Antique brass .... 

484 SF2 Antique brass, sand finish . 
484 N ! Nickel-plated .... 

Three dozen in a box, with screws. 

194 



Per Gross 

with Screws 

~$iT750 

11.50 
12.75 
11.50 
11.50 
12.75 
13.75 



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Nos. 481 and 483 



No. 488. 
Cuts actual size 



Nos. 485 and 487 



Finish 



Bronzed, planished. 
Antique copper, planished 
Antique copper, sand finish 
Dull brass 
Antique brass . 
Antique brass, sand finish 
Dead black electro-plate 
Bronzed, polished . 
Antique copper, polished 
Antique brass, polished , 
Figured A 3 finish , 



Straight Edge 
Number 



483 A 
483 D2 
483 SD2 
483 F 
483 F2 
483 SF2 
483 H 
481 A 
481 D2 
481 F2 
488 



Per Gross 
with Screws 



$4.10 
4.10 
4.50 
4.10 
4.10 
4.50 
4.85 
6.90 
6.90 
6.90 
8.15 



Beveled Edge 
Number 



487 A 
487 D2 
487 SD2 
487 F 
487 F2 
487 SF2 
487 H 
485 A 
485 D2 
485 F2 
489 



Three dozen in a box, with screws. 



WROUGHT STEEL BEVELED SASH LIFTS 




Per Gross 
with Screws 



$5.20 
5.20 
5.60 
5,20 
5.20 
5.60 
5.95 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
8.30 



Number 


486 A 


486 D2 


486 SD2 


486 F 


486 F2 


486 SF2 


486 H 


486 N 



Cut of No. 486. Actual size 



Finish 



Bronzed, planished 
Antique copper, planished . 
Antique copper, sand finish 
Dull brass . . . . 
Antique brass 

Antique brass, sand finish . 
Dead black electro-plate 
Nickel-plated. 



Three dozen in a box, with screws. 



Per Gross 
with Screws 



$4.85 
4.85 
6.00 
5.30 
5.30 
6.00 
6.00 
6.60 



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WROUGHT STEEL SCREEN DOOR HARDWARE 

COMPLETE SETS FOR SCREEN DOORS IN CONVENIENT PACKAGES 




, ' Cut half size 

Set No. 1750 

Each set consists of one pair of ornamental wrought steel loose-pin butts 3x3, to screw 
on the surface; one wrought steel pull, 5 inches long; one wire spring; one2J^-inch gate hook 
and eye. The spring is a No. 3, of a much better quality than is usually furnished for screen 
doors, has been carefully tested, and we believe the best for the purpose that it is possible 
to produce. 

The butts are applied to the surface of the door, thus saving the time required in mortis- 
ing. When once applied it is not necessary to remove the screws. By merely slipping out 
the pins the door is easily taken off and can be as readily rehung when necessary. 



Number 



Finish 



Per Gross Sets 
with Screws 



1750 J Japanned . 

1750 D2 Antique copper 
1750 F Dull brass 

1750 Z* i Stanley Sherardized 



$35.50 
42.60 
42.60 
43.50 



Number 

1751 J 
1751 D2 
1751 F 
1751 Z* 



Per Dozen Pairs 
with Screws 

! $1.50 

2.00 
2.00 
1.75 



Each set in a box, with screws; 12 sets in a carton. One gross sets in a case. 

No. 1751 

The butts may be obtained separately in above finishes. They are packed one-half dozen 
pairs in a box, with screws, and are numbered 1751, Weight per dozen pairs, with screws, 
7 pounds. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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A complete set of Stanley hardware for screen doors wider than the entrance for which 
they are intended. With these Vs inch offset hinges, any screen door can be used as satisfac- 
torily as though it accurately fitted into the frame. Doors are easily lifted off these loose- 
joint hinges. 

Packed with % x 8 flat head screws, one set in a strong, neat box. 

12 sets in a carton; 1 gross in a case. Average gross w^eight of case, 162 pounds. 

Together wuth the pair of hinges, set No. 1754 consists of: one only. No. 3 Spring; one 
oulv, No. 1257, No. 1 Handle or Pull; one 21/2 inch Gate Hook and Eye; and all necessary 
hooks and screws The Hinges are No. 1608 special, with Hooks of No. 1640. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 

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WROUGHT STEEL SCREEN DOOR HARDWARE 

COMPLETE SETS FOR SCREEN DOORS IN CONVENIENT PACKAGES 




Cut half size 

Set No. 1753 

Each set consists of one pair of ornamental wrought steel loose-pin butts, 23^ x2J^; one 
wrought steel pull, 33^ inches long; one wire spring No. 2; one gate hook and eye. 

The butts are applied to the surface of the door, thus saving the time required in mor- 
tising. When once applied it is not necessary to remove the screws. Jy merely slipping 
out the pins the door is easily taken off and can be as readily rehung^hen necessary. 



Number 



Finish , 



Per Gross 

Sets with 

Screws 



Number 



Per Dozen 

Pairs with 

Screws 



1752 J 
1752 D2 
1752 F 
1752 Z* 



Japanned 
Antique copper 
Dull brass 
Stanley Sherardized 



S29.60 


1753 J 


$1.35 


37.00 


1753 D2 


1.85 


37.00 


1753 F 


1.85 


36.50 


1753 Z* 


1.60 



Each set in a box, with screws; 12 sets in a carton; one gross sets in a case. 

No. 1753 

The butts may be obtained separately in above finishes. They are packed one* half dozen 
pairs in a box, with screws, and are numbered 1753. Weight per dozen pairs, with screws, 

534 pounds, 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL CELLAR WINDOW SETS 





Cuts actual size 



Number 



1760 J 
1760 Z* 



Fiiiish 



Japanned 
I Stanley Sherardized 



I Per Gross Sets, with Screws" 
~i $29.00 
I 32.00 



One set in a box, with screws; 12 sets in a carton; one gross sets in a case. 

Each set consists of one pair of wrought light narrow 3-inch butts; butts usually included 
are 2-inch; one hook and eye and two 23^-inch bolts. The sets usually sold contain only one 
bolt. The advantage of having two, one for each side of the window, is apparent. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10, 

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WROUGHT STEEL CELLAR WINDOW SETS 





Number 



Cuts actual size 



1762 J 
1762 Z* 



Finish 



Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 



Per Gross Seta, 
* with Screws 



$24.00 
26.50 



One set in a box, with screws; 12 sets in a carton; one gross sets in a case. 

bach set consists of one pair of wrought narrow butts, 2-inch; one 23^-inch hook and eye 
and one cam catch. The cam catch has large comfortable knob handle. Because of the shape 
of strike plate it is unhkely to catch and tear clothing, and will not gather dirt nor become 
clogged. Cajnsurface locks the sash^ easily and securely in any position ranging over a 
variation of ^-inch even with a good sized crack between sash and sill. Rivet is extra heavy 
and spring tension holds cam handle in proper position. The cam surface is a unique feature 
and permits use of leverage to release a stuck or frozen window. Parts are few and of heavy 
gauge hence won t easily rust out. In attaching, apply edge of strike to edge of sill and edge of 
plate to edge of sash. Line up outside vertical edges of plate with outside vertical edges of strike. 

No. 1761 sets same as No. 1762, except they have 23^-inch light narrow butts 

rrices on application. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL TRANSOM PLATES AND CHAINS 





Cut of No. 1280. Half size ■ ' Cut of No. 1382. Half size 

For Transom Bolt, see page 160. 



SINGLE CHAIN 



DOUBLE CHAIN 



Number 


Finisb 


Per Dozen 
with Screws 


Number 


Finish 


Per Dozen 
with Screws 


1280 J 
1280 A 
1280 D2 
1280 F 
1280 Z* 


Japanned 

Light bronze 

Antique copper . . . 

Dull brass 

Stanley Sherardized . . 


$4.00 
5.00 
5.25 
5.25 
4.50 


; 1282 J 
1282 A 
1282 D2 
1282 F 
1282 Z* 


Japanned 

Light bronze 

Antique copper .... 

Dull brass 

Stanley Sherardized . . 


$7.00 
8.00 
8.50 
8.50 
8.00 



Length of plates, 8M inches; width, 1}4 inches. Length of chain, 16 inches. Size of 
staples, 2xl}4: inches. 

No. 1280, one dozen in a box, with screws; No. 1282, one-half dozen. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL SLIDING DOOR RAIL 



re 



. .s»aBin-v-,. 




"i-^i^fitesr 



4 



^idth, Inches 


No. 491 

Plain Steel, per Foot 


491 C 

Brass-plated, per Foot 


i» 


$0.10 

.14 


$0.12 
.16 



In lengths of 2, 2i^, 3, 33^, 4, 43^, 5. 53^, 6, 7 and 8 feet. 

12 pieces in a package. ' 

WROUGHT STEEL BAR HOLDERS 



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No. 1230 

Plain Steel, 
per 100 Pounds 



1230 J 

Japanned, 
per 100 Pounds 



1230 Z* 

Stanley Sherardized, 
per 100 Pounds 



$11.00 



^ 



$12.50 



$16.00 



1344 

Galvanized, 
per 100 Pounds 



$18.50 



Size, width, IJ^, 13^, 1% and 2 inches. Projection, 2 inches. Length of sides, 23^ inches. 

In bulk. 
* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL EXTRA HEAVY WINDOW 
HANGERS AND FASTENERS 

FOR WAREHOUSES, MILL BUILDINGS, ETC. 




Cut of No. 1712 



Cut of No. 1713 in use 





Cut of No. 1713. Window Open Cut of No. 1713. Window Closed 



Number 


• Description 


Per Set, 
without Screws 


No. 1712 
No. 1712 J 
No. 1712 Z 
No. 1713 
No. 1713 J 
No. 1713 Z 


Plain Steel 

Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized .... 
Plain Steel ...... 

Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized .... 


$0.70 

-75 . 

.90 
1.20 
1.35 
1.50 



Cut of No. 1713 

About one-third size 



No. 1713 packed one set in a carton, 2 hangers to a set. 
No. 1713 packed one set *' " " 2 fasteners " " " 
These hangers and fasteners are very heavy and strong. They 
are easily applied and once in use the window swings easily and 
can be held open at three different angles, or fastened securely when 
shut. Windows which swing out from the bottom have many 
advantages over sliding sash, as perfect ventilation can be had at 
all times without regard to the weather. Countersunk as follows: 
No. 1712, for IK X 12 screw; No. 1713, for IH x 10 screw. Plate 
at bottom of 1713 countersunk for 1x9 screw. Screws not included 
unless ordered. 



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SCHROEDER'S PATENT WROUGHT STEEL HANGERS AND 
FASTENERS FOR STORM SASH AND WINDOW SCREENS 

PATENTED 





"^i 



Cut of No. 1716, half 

size. Visible hanger 

Packed with %x7 screws 



Cut showing hangers applied 






Cut of No. 1714, half size 
Invisible hanger 
Packed with 1x7 screws 



Cuts showing No. 1718 in use 




Cut of No 



Schroeder's Patent Fastener. 
Packed with %x6 screws 



10 inches long 



Number 



Finish 



I- 



1714 ' Japanned 

.6^v^l714Z*j Stanley Sherardized 
'^ 1 716 Japanned 



Per Gross 

Sets 
with Screws 



$18.00 
22.00 
18.00 



Number 



1716 Z* 
I 1718 
! 1718 Z* 



Finish 



Stanley Sherardized 

Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 



Per Gross 

Sets 

with Screws 



$22.00 
24.00 
30.00 



3^ 



^.h t"";. II!?' i-T'^^''I° ^''' ^^^^' ^^L'ii.^ ^y^" ^^^^ ^^^hout any offset, for use where storm 
sash IS a little thicker than casing. $18.00 per gross sets with screws. 

Hooks or eyes separate for either hanger, one-half the price of the complete set. 

Nos. 1714, 1716, 1720. One dozen sets in a box, with screws. 

No. 1718. One dozen pairs in a box, with Hx5 screws. ..k"^. . ■ 

Eyes only, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws. 

With these hangers, storm sash can be easily and quickly put up or taken down without 
the aid of ladder, nails, screws or tools. The fastener permits the sash to be swung out for 
ventilation or cleaning. ^ 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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SCHROEDER'S "PEERLESS" WROUGHT STEEL HANGERS 

AND FASTENERS FOR STORM SASH AND 

WINDOW SCREENS— Patented 




Cut showing fastener applied 

No. 1719, made in two lengths: 5-incKJpr windows 4 feet high and 
smaller; 10-inch for windows over 4 feet. 

Eyes or hooks of No. 1717 separate, one-half the price of the complete 
set. 

No. 1717, one dozen sets in a box; five gross sets in a case, with %x7 
screws. 

No. 1719, one dozen pairs in a box, with J^ x 6 screws. 

These are the easiest hangers and fasteners to apply. Sash can be hung 
from the inside without tools. They hold the sash firmly, permitting no 
rattling, and the fastener allows the window to be pushed out for cleaning 
and for ventilation. In the summer, full length screens fitted with No. 1717 
eyes can be hung on the same hooks, 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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Cut of No. 1719 

Fastener 

Half size of 

10 inch 



THE STANLEY WOR K S 

STORM SASH HANGER 

WROUGHT STEEL 




Actual Size 



No. 1715 

This new improved Peerless Storm Sash and Screen Hanger is 
as heavy and strong as No. 1717. The angle on the hook and on 
the^head ot the eye guides the eye up and over the hook, so that a 
sash or screen can be hung easily and quickly from the inside of the 
building. It IS necessaty only to set the storm sash ia'its proper 
groove m the casing and, using this groove as a guide, to push the 
sash up. The eyes will slide right over and on to the hook • the 
weight of the sash clamps it into place. ' 

Packed with ^ x 7 screws. One 
pair of hooks and eyes to a set; one 
dozen sets in a box.f 

Gross weight, per doz. sets, 3.35 lbs. 

Five gross sets in a case. 

Furnished in Japanned, 1715 J; 
and Stanley iSherardized, 1715-2. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 

Eyes or hooks may be ordered 
separately. 



Sashes being hung or removed 
need not be held far from the 
building, consequently there is 
no danger in hanging or remov- 
ing them from the inside of a 
window equipped with No. 1715. 

These hangers hold storm sash 
snugly to the window frame and abso- 
lutely prevent rattling. 



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FOR CELLAR WINDOWS, STORM SASH, ETC. 
WROUGHT i TEEL 

No. Ji76 Catch is held in any position 
by a tension spring washer which pre- 
vents it fron rattling and working loose. 
Windows stnck to their sill are forced 
open by the lever or cam action of the 
slanted edge. Because of its wide diam- 
eter, this catch works with as much as 
a %(>-inch crack between the sash and 
the sill. The catch is made of heavy 
wrought steel. Note the strong, thick 
rivet and the comfortable knob. 

The strike plate for 1763 is shaped hollow in 
order that it will not become clogged with dust 
or dirt. It is strong, simple and durable. 

A catch at the top and bittom of a cellar win- 
dow, or one at each side, is all the hardware 
necessary to hold the sash securely in place; and when coal is being put 
through the opening, the sash can be removed and there is no danger of the 
glass being broken. 

It can be used in this way only when the edge of the sill is. flush with the 
closed sash. For use under other conditions, see No. 1763>^ . 

In attaching, apply edge of strike to edge of the sill and the edge of the plate to 
the edge of the sash. I^ine up the side edges 
of the strike with the edges of the plate. • ^^y 17^31/2 

Packed one dozen in a box, with four 3i/4 x 7 
flat head screws for each Catch. 

Gross weight per box of one dozen sets, 1% lbs 
Furnished in Japanned, 1763-J ; and Stanley Sher- 
ardized, 1J63 Z. 

For nl^ prices, see price sheet. 

No. I76i}4 is for use on storm win- 
dows, cellar windows, and as a screen 
or sash fastener. The strike for 1 763y2 
is screwed on to the sill. There are 
two spikes or prongs at the bottom of 
the strike which grip into the wood and 
hold the catch tirmly in position even 
though it is fastened with but one 
screw. 

Packed one dozen sets with screws in a box. 
Gross weight per box of one dozen sets, li/^lbs. 
Sets comprising one catch, one strike plate and 
three screws. 

For. net prices, see price sheet. 

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SCHROEDER'S "PEERLESS" WROUGHT STEEL SCREEN 
HANGERS AND FASTENERS— Patented 





Cut of No. 1734. Half size 
"Peerless" Screen Hanger 
For full size screens only- 



Number 



Finish 



1724 Japanned . 

1724 Z* I Stanley Sherardized 



Per Gross Sets 
with Screws 



$12.00 
14.00 




Cut of No. 1725 

** Peerless" Half -screen 
Hanger 




Number 



Finish 



1725 
1725 Z* 



Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 



Per Gross Sets 
with Screws 



$12.00 
14.00 




Number I 



Finish 



1726 Japanned .... 
17 26 Z* S tanley Sherardized 



$12.00 
14.00 



Nos. 1724, with %x7 screws, and 
1725, with % X 6 screws, one dozen sets 
in a box. No. 1726, one dozen pairs 
with ^ X 7 screws and pins. 

Screens hung with these hangers 
last much longer than those that slide. 

*For description of Stanley Sher- 
ardized finish, see page 10. 




Cut of No. 1736 

'* Peerless" Rotary 

Fastener 

Can be used either on 

the side or the sill 



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WROUGHT STEEL SCREEN HANGERS AND FASTENERS 

COMPLETE SETS FOR HALF SCREENS IN CONVENIENT PACKAGES 

Set No. 1765 




Two screws in 
each hanger fasten 
the hangers to the 
screen, and one pin 
is driven into each 
side of the window- 
casing to support 
the screen. 



Cut of No. 17^7 Hanger 
Full size 




The Fastener locks the 
screen quickly and se- 
curely, indicating at a 
glance whether the screen 
is locked. Superior to any 
screen spring bolt, door 
button or hook and eye. 



No. 1736 Fastener Applied \ 
Can be used either on the ■>. 
side or the sill 




Cut showing Hangers 
and Screen Applied 




Cut of No. 1736 

"Peerless" Rotary 
Fastener % size 



Finish 



Number 



Per Gross Sets 

with Screws 

and Pins 

Complete 



Number 



Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 



1765 
1765 Z* 



$13.50 
16.00 



Per Gross Sets 
with Screws 
I and Pins 



1727 
1727 Z* 



$7.50 
9.00 



No. 1765 set consists of two No. 1727 Half Screen Hangers, with pins and J^ x 7 screws, 
and one Peerless Rotary Fastener No. 1726, with ^ x 7 screws and pin. 

Packed one set in a wrapper; one dozen sets in a box. 

Screens are applied quickly with these Hangers and swing open easily. 

No. 1726 Fasteners and No. 1727 Hangers may be obtained separately, and are packed 
as follows: No. 1726, one dozen pairs in a box, with screws and pins. For list prices, see 
page 205. No. 1727, one dozen sets in a box, with screws and pins. List prices above. 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL HANGERS AND FASTENERS 

FOR STORM SASH AND WINDOW SCREENS 
"NEW ENGLAND" PATTERN 

Complete sets in convenient packages 



^ 



Cut of Fastener half size 





Cut of Hanger applied showing oflfset 



Cut of Fastener applied. 
Winged nut and damp are so 
designed that they hang ver- 
tically out of way of casing 
when closing sash 



Cut of Hanger 

half size 

Hanger has IJI 

inch offset 




Cut of Hook, half size 



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Cut shows window hooked 
open. Note that clamp and 
nut hang out of the way of 
casing when not in use. 







Set No. 1738 




Number 


Finish 


Per Dozen Seta 
with Screws 


1728 


Japanned 




$10.50 
12.00 


1728 Z* 


Stanley Sherardized 









Packed one set in a box; 12 sets in a carton; one gross sets in a case. 1x7 screws in- 
cluded to match finish. The hanger is of a type that has given satisfaction for a number of 
years. The fastener is constructed throughout of wrought metal including the winged nut, 
and will not break. The bolt passes entirely through the sash rail, so that it is impossible 
for the fastener to tear off, even under actual abuse. 

♦For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WROUGHT STEEL STORM SASH FASTENERS 

To be used with Schroeder's Hangers. See pages 203, 204 
SILL FASTENER 




Cut No. 1 




Cut No. 2 

These fasteners are easily adjusted, and hold the storm window firmly when opened as in 
cut No. 1. When closed the fastener can be folded around as in cut No. 2, so that the flange 
prevents the window from being opened from the outside. 




Number 


Finish 


Per Gross (single) 
with Screws 


1722 
1722 Z 


Japanned ......... 

Stanley Sherardized 


$21.00 
26.00 



One dozen in a box, with 1x7 screws. 



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FOLDING STORM SASH FASTENER 

WROUGHT STEEL 





T^^S^^^^^^^- 



Window Open 



Window Closed 




Window I^ocked 



No. 1723 

This Folding Storm Sash Fastener holds storm sash firmly open 
and locks it securely shut. By folding around the fastener, the 
bent-up edge of the arm prevents the sash being opened from the 
outside; and the additional leverage obtained by thus locking the 
sash, closes it weather-tight. 



Opening, closing and locking 
are all operated by the knob — 
there is no danger of injuring 
your hand when No. 1723 is used. 

None of the parts interfere with 
screen runners or blind equipment on 
the window. This Fastener is made 
with a "take down" feature so that 
the storm sash may be easily 
taken down without use of tools or 
loss of parts and a full length win- 
dow screen put in its place. 

Apply top edge of hinge pad lo 
inches from bottom of sash. 



Length from center of hinge 
joint, 12 inches. 

Length of bracket folded, not in- 
cluding hinge, 6^ inches. 

Eye piece extends J^-inch from 
casing. 

Furnished in Japanned (1723- J) 
and Stanley Sherardized Finish 
(1723-Z). 

Packed one-half dozen pair in a 
box with % X 8 screws for eye-piece, 
and 1x7 screws for hinge. 

Gross weight i pair, i lb. 

Gross weight i box, 6j4 ^bs. 

For net prices, see price sheet. 




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MOORE'S WROUGHT STEEL STORM WINDOW FASTENERS 

PATENTED 




Cut showing No. 1706 inside fastener applied 




Cut showing No, 1708 
outside fastener applied 



Number 



1706 
1706 Z* 
1708 
1708 Z* 
17063^ 
1706 i^Z* 



Finish 



Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 

Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 

Japanned 

Stanley Sherardized 



Per Dozen 

Sets with 

Screws and 

Pins 



$3.00 
4.00 
3.00 
4.00 
1.50 
2.00 



Nos. 1706 and 1708 have 4 to a set; No. 17063^ 
are the same as No. 1706, except that they are 
intended to be used with Schroeder's Hangers (pages 
203, 204) and are put up 2 in a set. 

One dozen sets in a box with 1x9 round head 
screws and pins. 

Ten dozen sets in a case. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, 
see page 10. 
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WROUGHT STEEL CORNER BRACES 






No. 997 


997 Z* 










Size, Length 
of Sides 
Inches 


Plain Steel 
Per Dozen 


Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 


, Width 
Inches 


Size of 
Screws 
Number 


Number of 
Screw 
Holes 


Gauge of 
Metal 


1 


$0.20 : 


$0.28 


1^ 


7 


2 


.120 


1^ 


.30 ' 


.40 


3^ 


7 


4 


.120 


2 


.40 


.55 


5^ 


8 


4 


.134 


W2 


.50 


.65 


y% 


8 


4 


.148 


3 


.60 


.80 


H 


9 


4 


.169 


3^ 


.80 


1.05 


H 


9 


4 


.169 


4 


1.00 


1.30 


Vs 


10 


4 


.180 


5 


1.50 


2.00 




11 


6 


.180 


5 


1.75 


2.25 


1/4 


11 


6 


,187 


6 


1.80 


2.40 


13^ 


12 


6 


,187 


6 


2.00 


2.75 


iVs 


12 


6 


.187 


8 


3.10 


4.15 

4i5 


W% ' 


12 


6 


.250 


8 


3.50 


m 


12 


8 


.250 



3K-inch and smaller, two dozen in a box; 4, 5 and 6-inch, one dozen; 8-inch, one-half dozen. 

CORRUGATED 




^^: 



Size 
Length 
of Each 

Side 

. Inches 



No. 997^ 997^ J I 997 Jg A i 997^Z* 



2M 



Plain Steel 
Per Dozen 



$0.27 
.30 
.40 



Japanned 
Per Dozen 



$0.35 
.40 
.50 



Bronze -^ , 

Plated et?^^""!?^ A 
Per Dozen Sherardized 
(no Screws) Per Dozen 



Width 
Inches 



Size of 

Screw 

Number 



Gauge of 
Metal 



$0.40 
.45 
.55 



).36 
.40 
.55 



IH 



6 

8 

10 



.071 
.095 
.095 



Screw 

Holes 

in Each 

Plate 



Two dozen in a box. 

* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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Made of No. 14 steel. Length of sides, 4 3^ inches ".' '"^-^ .:- 

No. 996 \ 



Size, width, inches. 


H 


Vs 


1 


m 


IM 


1^ 
$0.78 


m 


Per dozen 


$0.56 


10.56 


$0.56 


$0.63 


$0.71 


$0.85 



All for No. 9 screw. Two dozen in a box. %, % and 1-inch have 4 screw holes, others 8. 




l;#- 





No. 996^ D. 


DULL COPPER-PLATED 




Size, inches 


1x1 


2x2 


Per dozen 






$0 75 


$1 00 









Packed in 200-pound kegs, also 2 dozen in a box. Two dozen 1x1, weigh % of a pound; 
2 dozen 2 x 2, 13^ pounds. Countersunk as follows: 1x1 for No. 8 screw, 2x2 for No. 9. 
Gauge .050. 






No. 998 C. 


BRASS-PLATED 










Length of sides, inches . ., 


M 


1 


IH 


2 


23^ 


3 


3^ 


4 


Gauge of 
Metal 


3^ inch wide, per dozen. . 


$0.50 


$0.55 


$0.60 


$0.65 


$0.70 


$0.75 






.075 


^ inch wide, per dozen. . 




.60 


.65 


.70 


.75 


.80 






.095 


1 inch wide, per dozen . . 




.65 


.70 


.75 


.80 


.85 


.90 


1.00 


.125 



Two dozen in a box. Two screw holes in % and 1-inch lengths, 4 in other lengths. 

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8^ X 2 and 2^ inch countersunk for No. 5 

screw. 
%xS and 3J4 inch countersunk for No. 6 

screw. 
^ X 23^ and 3 inch countersunk for No. 6 

screw. 
H X 33/2, 3^ X 4 and all ^ and ^ inch 

wide countersunk for No. 8 screw. ■ Cut of J^ x 23^-inch. 

All other sizes countersunk for No. 9 Actual size 

screw. 

No. 999. PLAIN STEEL * 



Length 


H-inch 


i^-inch 


^-inch 


M-inch 


K-inch 


1-inch i 13^-inch f.^„^^ 


of 


Wide 


Wide 


Wide 


Wide 


Wide 


Wide 


Wide 


of 


Sides 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Metal 


Inches 


Dozen 


Dozen 


Dozen 


Dozen 


Dozen 


Dozen : 


Dozer 


1 


2 


$0.22 










. 




.095 


2H 




24 


$0 


27 


. . . 
















.095 


3 




25 




29 


$0.33 
















,109 


• 3J^ 




27 




31 


.36 


$0 


40 












.109 


4 


, 








.38 




43 


$0.50 




! 






.109 


5 
















.58 


$0 


60 






.120 


6 
















.65 




67 






.120 


8 












. 






' 


. $1 


00 .134 



Two dozen in a box. ^-inch to %-inch wide, inclusive, have four screw holes; % and . / 

1-inch, six, 13^-inch, seven. 8-inch will be furnished in bronze metal. y 

* May be had in Stanley Sherardized finish as described on page 10. Prices on application 



WROUGHT STEEL MENDING PLATES 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 





No. 995 


995 Z* 








. 


Size Length 




Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 


Width 


Screw Holes 


Size of 

Screw 
Number 


Gauge of 


Inches 


Plain Steel 
Per Dozen 


Inches 


in 
Each Plate 


Metal 


2 


$0.30 


$0.37 ' 


ys 


2 


7 


.095 


W2 


.35 


.43 


% 


2 


7 


.095 


3 


.40 


.50 


K 


4 


7 


.109 


33^ 


.45 


.56 


H 


4 


8 


.109 


4 


.50 


.65 


Vs 


4 


8 


,109 


5 


.60 


.78 


1 


4 


8 


.120 


6 


.70 


.95 


IVs 


4 


9 


.120 


7 


.80 


1.05 


lA 


4 


9 


.123 


8 


.90 


1.25 




4 


10 


.134 


10 


1.25 


1.50 


IH 


6 


11 


.156 



All sizes above 3-inch have staggered holes. 
Two dozen in a box. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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HE S TAN 

ORNAMENTAL 
CORNER IRONS 

WROUGHT STEEL 

No. 999)4 

Furnished in Bright Steel, No. 999>^ and Brass Plated, 
No. 999>4-C. Brass Plated vScrews are packed with the Brass 
Plated Irons. 

^H-i4ich to M-inch wide, inclusive have four screw holes; 
/^-inch and 1-inch, six; l>^-inch, seven. 

1/4 X 8-inch packed one dozen in a carton; all other sizes 
packed two dozen in a carton. 

For n€t prices, see price sheet. 



WORKS 




Width 
Inches 


Length of 
Sides 
Inches 


Size of 
Screw 
Number 


Gauge 
Metal 


Weight of 
Car on 

Pounds 


Width 
Inches 


Length of 
Sides 
Inches 


Size of 
Screw 
Number 


Gauge 

of 
Metal 


Weight of 
Carton 
Pounds 


% 


2y2 


5 


.071 


.85 


% 


3y2 


8 


.071 


2 40 


% 
% 
¥2 


3 

31/2 

2y2 


G 


.071 


1.05 


% 


4 


8 


.077 


3.00 


6 


.071 


1.20 


% 


4 


8 


.077 


3 25 


6 


.071 


1.15 


Vs 


5 


9 


.077 


4.20 


V2 


3 


6 


.071 


1.35 


% 


6 


9 


.083 


5 30 


Vo 


3y2 


8 


.071 


1.50 


1 


5 


9 


.077 


4.80 


% 


a 


8 


.071 


1.75 


1 


6 


9 


083 


6 15 


% 


31/2 


8 


.071 


2.00 


iy2 


8 


9 


.095 


7 00 


% 


4 


8 


.077 


2.50 













ORNAMENTAL MENDING PLATES 

WROUGHT STEEL 




Cut of i-incli. Acuial size 

No. 998)4 



Furnished in Bright Steel, No. 998 >^ 
and Brass Plated, No. 998>^-C. Brass 
Plated Screws are packed with Brass 
Plated Plates. 



Sizes 3-inch and larger have staggered 

holes. 
10- inch packed one dozen in a carton; 

all others, two dozen in a carton. 
For net prices, see price sheet. 



Length 
Inches 


Width 
Inches 


Screw Holes 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Gauge of 
Metal 


Weight of 
Carton, Pounds 




2 


% 


2 


6 


.071 


.70 




2y2 


% 


2 


6 


.071 


110 




n 


% 


4 





.077 


1.50 




3y2 


% 


4 


7 


.077 


185 




4 


% 


4 


7 


.077 


2.40 


;; 


5 


1 


4 


7 


.077 


3.60 


V 


6 


lyg 


4 


8 


.083 


5. 05 


^jf 


1 


iyi6 


4 


8 


.089 


6.60 


A^ 


8 


VA 


4 


9 


095 


8.80 


/>' = 


10 


iy2 


6 


10 


109 


7.95 



212A 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL "T" PLATES 





D 


i^j 




1 


Cut of 




^^^^^^H 


No. 995^, 




^^^^^^1 


3 X 3-inch 




B 


Fill! size 





No. 995 >^ 


No. 9951^^ Z* 










Size 

Inches 


Plain Steel 
Per Dozen 

$0.50 


Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per Dozen 

10.59 


Width 

Inches 


Screw Holes 
in Each Plate 


Size of Screw 
Number 


Gauge of 
Metal 


3x3 


H 


5 


8 


.083 


4x4 


.63 


.79 • 


H 


5 


8 


.083 


5x5 


.75 


.95 


1 


5 


9 


.083 


6x6 


.90 


1.15 


IVs 


5 


9 


.123 



WROUGHT STEEL ANGLE BRACE 



No. 1272 J No. 1272 Z* 

Size 

Per 1000 Single p^^ looo Single 



I $10.10 ' $12.40 



Cut of No. 1373 

Full size 




* For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL WAGON STAKE HOLDERS 




t.v ^:' 



Cut of No. 3 
No. 993. PLAIN STEEL 



Size 
Number 


For Stake 
Inches 


Width 
Inches 


Number of 
Holes in Each 


Gauge of 
Metal 


Weight per 

Dozen Pieces 

Pounds 


----- 3 
'. v. 4 

...■•• V-' 5 


2 


' 2 j 
2}^ 
2^ 

Wa 


2 

2 
4 
4 
4 


.169 
a69 

,169 
.177 

.177 
.177 


6.6 

8.28 

9.72 

11.64 

17.64 

ia.48 



Per pound, 10 cents. We will furnish No. 2 with four holes when so ordered. 




Cut half size 

No. 993^. PLAIN STEEL 

Size inside, 1 J^ x 3 inches. Outside, 7 inches long, 2% inches high. Per pound, 10 cents. 

Gauge, .203 
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WORKS 



WROUGHT STAPLES 




Cut of 2J^-inch. Actual size 



Size, Inches 


No. 976 

Plain, per 
Gross 


978 

per Gross 
Japanned, 


1314 

Galvanized, 
per Gross 


Number of Gross 


Average Weight Per Case 


In a Case 


In a Bbl. 


Gross 


Net , . 


1 


$1.20 


$1.40 


$1.80 


100 




90 


82 


IM 


1.20 


1.40 


2.00 


100 




115 


103 


iy2 


1.25 


1.50 


2.25 


100 




160 


145 


m 


1.50 


1.75 


2.50 


100 




180 


163 


2 


1.70 


2.00 


3.00 


50 


216 


131 


116 


23^ 


2.00 


2.35 


3.50 


50 


150 


182 


167 


2^ 


2.35 


2.75 


4.00 


25 ' 107 


126 


112 


2% 


2.65 


3.10 


5.00 


25 98 


140 


125 


3 


3.20 


3.75 


6.00 


25 70 


167 


151 


W2 


3.70 


4.35 


7.00 


20 




195 


173 


4 


5.25 


6.20 


9.00 


20 




218 


200 


4^ 


6.50 


7.60 


11.00 


10 




110 


100 


5 


8.00 


9.00 


13.00 


1 ^^ 




160 


145 



ASSORTED ^ >. 



IV2 

m 
2 

2K 
3 



No. 976 

Plain 
Per Gross 



$2.00 



978 



I 



iai4 

Japanned Galvanized. 
Per Gross Per Gross 



$2.40 



$3.75 



Sizes 

m 
2 

■21^ 
3 
33^ 



No. 976 

Plain - 
Per Gross 



$2.10 



978 

Japanned 
Per Gross 



$2.60 



1314 

Galvanized 

Per Gross 



$4.00 



23^-inch and smaller, one gross in a box; larger sizes, one- half gross. 

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WORKS 



WROUGHT SQUARE HOOKS 
AND STAPLES 

Cut of 4-inch. Full size 






j Size, Inches 


Number 


1 ^ 


3H 


4 


4H 1 5 


5H 


6 

$14.00 
16.50 
21,00 


7 


s 


972 
972 J 
972 R 


Plain, per gross . . ' $8.00 

Japanned, per gross 

Galvanized, per gross 1 .... 


$9.00 


$10.00 
11.50 
14,50 


$11.00 
13.00 


$12.00 
14.00 
17.50 


$13.00 
15.50 
19.50 


$22.00 


$25.00 




Length of Staples,! ns. 1 3^ 


m 2 ' 2 


2M 


2H 


2y2 


2^ 


2H 



Packed one-fourth gross in a box. 

EXTRA HEAVY 

Cut of 4-inch. Full size 




Packed one-fourth gross in a box. 



Number 


Finish 




Size. Inches 




4 


5 ' 

$16.00 
2^ 


6 


973 


Plain Steel, per gross 


$13.00 


$19.00 










Length of Staples, Inches ........ 


2H 


•2H 



216 



H 



N 



W O R 



K 



WROUGHT ROUND BRIGHT 
HOOKS AND STAPLES 

EXTRA HEAVY 

Cuts of 4 X 34 inch. Full size 






Size, Length. Inches 


Diameter of Wire 
Inches 


No. 974 




Staples 


Hasp 


Plain Steel, per Gross 


2}4 
2H 
25i 


4 
5 
6 


y* 

% 


$15.00 

. 24.00 • 

30.00 



Packed one-fourth gross in a box. 



WITH STAPLES ON PLATES TO SCREW 




Size of Screw Plates, 
Inches 


Length of Hook 
Inches 


Diameter of Wire 
Inches 


No. 975 

Plain Steel per Gross 


All 13^x11^ 


4 
5 
6 


A 


$16.50 
26.00 -'^ 
33.00 



Packed one-sixth gross in a box. Countersunk for No. 7 screw. 

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WORKS 



WROUGHT HASPS AND STAPLES 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 



Number 


Finiah 


Sizes, Inches 


4 


5 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 11 1 12 


980 


Plain, per dozen . . 


$0.84 


$0.90 1 $1.00 


$1.10 


$1.30 


$1.70 


$2.00 


$2.30 


$2.60 


986 


Japanned, per dozen 


1.00 


1.10 1.20 


1.30' 1.60 


2.00 


2.30 


2.60 


3.10 


1316 


Galvanized, perdoz. 


1.50 


1.60 1.80 


2.00 2.50 


3.00 


3.50 


4.00 


4.50 




Length of staples . . 


m 


2 2H 


2y2 2^ 


2% 


2H \ 3^ 


3^2 



One dozen in a box. 



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WROUGHT HASPS AND STAPLES 

WITH DOUBLE] HOOKS 




Cut of 5-inch. Actual size 



Number 


Finish 


Sizes, Inches 


5 


6 


7 1 8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


982 

988 
1318 


Plain, per dozen 

Japanned, per dozen . . . 
Galvanized, per dozen . . 
Length of staples .... 


$1.20 

1.40 

2.25 

2 


$1.40 
1.65 
2.50 

2M 


$1.60 
1.90 
3.00 

2^ 


$1.80 
2.10 
3.50 

2y2 


$2,20 
2.60 
4.00 

2H 


$2.50 
3.00 
4.50 

2H 


$3.00 
3.75 
6.00 

3^ 


$3.84 
4.50 
7.00 
3K 



One dozen in a box. 



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WORKS 



WROUGHT HASPS AND STAPLES 

WITH STAPLES ON PLATES TO SCREW 




Cut of 8-inch. Half size 





No. 983 


983 J 


983 Z* 


Size, Inches 




Japanned, per Dozen 


Stanley Sherardized, 




Plain, per Dozen 


with Screws 


per Dozen with Screws 


5 


$1.60 


$2.30 


$2.50 


6 


1.70 


2.50 


2.75 


7 


1.80 


2.70 


3.00 


8 


1.90 


2.80 


3.15 


9 


2.60 


4.00 


4.50 • - 


10 


2.80 


4.25 


4.75 


11 


3.00 


• 4.60 


5.10 


12 


3.15 


4.80 


5.35 



WROUGHT EXTRA HEAVY HASPS AND STAPLES 




Cut of 8-inch. One-half size 





Finish 


Size. Inches 


Number 


8 


10 


987 


Plain oer dozen 


$6.30 


$7.50 









All above packed one dozen in a box. 987 packed with 3-inch staples. 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WORKS 



WROUGHT AUTOMATIC HASPS AND STAPLES 




CutofS-inch. Half size 



SIZE, INCHES 


No. 981 


981J 

Japanned 
Per Dozen 


981 Z* 

Stanley Sherardized 
Per Dozen 


Hasp 


Staples 


Plain 
Per Dozen 


6 

8 

10 


2^ 
3 


$0.65 

.77 
1.00 


$0.75 

.90 

1.20 


$0.90 
1.00 

1.50 



One dozen in a box. 

These hasps and staples do away with the need of hooks. When the hasp is closed, it 
hooks itself automatically. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

WROUGHT FLOOR CLIPS 

FOR FIREPROOF BUILDINGS 




Cut of 33^-inch. Full size 

No, n%^. PLAIN STEEL 



Size, inches .... 


2M 


3 


W2 


4 


43^ 


5 


Per 1,000 . ... 


$7.75 


$9.40 


$11.00 


$14.10 


$16.00 


$17.90 



Packed in cases containing 500 of a size. 



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WORKS 



STANLEY'S FOLDING CAMP STOOLS 




Open 




Folded 
No. 1710 

Frame made of Wrought Steel, Japanned or Stanley Sherardized* with Brown Khaki Seat. 

Per dozen, Japanned, $10.50; Stanley Sherardized, $12.00. 

One-quarter dozen in a box; four dozen in a case. 

Stool when open is 17 inches high, and seat measures 14^^ x 7 inches. When folded, 
stool measures n}4 inches long, 83^ inches wide and IJ^ inches thick, and weighs only 
thirty-eight ounces. 

Will safely sustain over 250 pounds. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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WORKS 



WROUGHT STEEL WASHERS 



Cut of 2H X IHe-inch 
Actual size 




^ivfl;^ 



U. S. Standard Sizes. In 200-pound Kegs 



Outside 

Diameter 

Inches 


Diameter 
Hole 
Inches 


Size of 

Bolt 

Inches 


No. 994 

Plain 

Steel 

Per 100 Lbs. 


994 Z* 

Stanley 
Sherardized 
Per 100 Lbs. 


Gauge 

Number 


Approximate 
Number of 
Washers in 
100 Pounds 


A 


% 


A 


114.00 


$15.75 


18 


36,200 


V4. 


H^ 


Va. 


12.20 


13.95 


16 


14.900 


y% 


% 


H, 


11.40 


13.15 


16 


11,100 


1 


% 


H 


10.50 


12.25 


14 


6,700 


IM 


¥2 


% 


9.80 


11.50 


14 


4,100 


1^ 


%. 


3^ 


9.40 


11.00 


12 


2,600 


IJ^ 


H 


% 


9.30 


10.90 


12 


2,200 


i?i 


^Hi 


^ 


9.20 


10.80 


10 


1,300 


2 


1% 


M 


9.10 


10.70 


10 


1,000 


2M 


i^/ii 


3^ 


9.00 


10.50 


9 


728 


2J^ 


iHi 


1 


9.00 


10.50 


9 


595 


Wa. 


IM 


iVs 


9.00 


10.50 


9 


507 


3 


1^ 


IH 


9.20 


10.70 


9 


428 


3M 


IH 


Ws 


9.20 


10.70 


8 


328 


3K 


IH 


IH 


9.20 


10.70 


8 


284 


3Ji 


1% 


iJi 


9.50 


11.00 


8 


248 


4 


VA 


m 


9.50 


11.00 


8 


218 


4M 


2 


VA 


9.50 


11.00 


8 


194 


4J^ 


23^ 


2 


9.50 


11.00 


8 


173 



Washers in 5- pound boxes are put up in cases of 200 pounds each, all sizes. 

Special sizes to order 
Add $0.10 per 100 for 100-pound kegs. Add $0.50 per 100 for 5-pound boxes. 

Add .20 per 100 for 50 to 100-pound boxes. Add 1.00 per 100 for 1-pound boxes. 
Add .30 per 100 for 25 to 50-pound boxes. 
*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

222 



H E 



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W O 



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SOFT STEEL BURRS 




No. 991 . ^\v 

PRICE PER POUND 



Size 


Bright 


Outside Diameter, Inch 


Approximate Number 
to the Pound 


% • 


$0.36 


H: 


100 


% 


M , 


y^ 


140 


% 


: M > . 


■ . H 


134 


1 


.3fe: -; 


.v-. ' % : 


163 .; 


2 


■ >^., . 


.::-;> 'A ' 


176 . ': i 


3 


.36 ;; 


% 


172 


Ji 


.36 


% 


210 


4 


.37 


Vs 


229 


5 


.38 


'A 


289 


6 


.42 


A 


371 / 


Ke 


.42 


A 


362 


7 


.43 


A 


424 


8 


.44 


A 


488 


9 


.45 


% 


632 


10 


.47 


1% 


870 


11 


.50 


y% 


Sbb 


12 


.60 


% 


1090 


13 


.70 


A 


1286 


14 


.80 


'Mi 


1260 




BUTT WASHERS 






For our butts ii 


1 our regular sizes 





^ 



No. 994^ 




Finish 


For Butts 
3 X 3-inch and Smaller 


For Butts 
3H X 3 H-inch and Larger 


Bright, per single dozen 


$0.20 
.30 
.40 


$0 30 


Blued, per single dozen 


45 


Bronzed, per single dozen 


.60 



Special sizes to order. 



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WORKS 



THE SAMSON WROUGHT STEEL BACK-BAND BUCKLE 



PATENTED 




Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 
No. 17aO. TINNED 

Size, inches : 334 4 

Per gross pairs $16.70 $17.80 

Average weight of full barrels, pounds . . . . ; 500 j 565 

Five gross pairs in a barrel. 

This buckle holds the web tightly without slipping, but there are no teeth to cut and 
tear the web, and no part of the metal touches the animal. 

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WORKS 



WINDOW SPRINGS— Patented 

SWEET'S PATTERN JENK'S PATTERN 






9 



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per gross, $22 . 25 



Cuts half size 
No. 1696. Japanned . . per gross. $20 . 00 No. 1698. Japanned 

One-quarter gross in a box. Five gross in a case. 

Holds either upper or lower sash positively at any point. Locks lower sash while upper 
sash is opened for ventilation. 



FLAT-HEAD IRON SCREWS 



No, 352 Bright 

.No. 352A Bronze-plated 

No. 352C Brass-plated 

No. 352D2 Antique copper 

No. 352F2 Antique brass 

No. 352N Nickel-plated 

No. 353A .... Polished bronze-plated 

No, 353G Polished brass-plated 



II 



No. 353D2 . . . Polished antique copper 

No. 353F2 . . . Polished antique brass 

No. 353N . . . Polished nickel-plated 

No. 756 Black annealed. Packed with 
H. J. and Jl goods 

No. 1352 Tinned 

No. 1353 Stanley Sherardized 

No. 1354 . Galvanized 



STANDARD LIST OF IRON WOOD SCREWS FOR ALL FINISHES 



NUMBER 



Inches — 
2 


3 4 


5 


6 


7 8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 15 


16 


17 


y2 $0.72 


$0.72 


$0.75 


$0.78 


S0.80$0.84'$0.90 


$0.96 


$1.05 


11.10 


$1.20 




■ 






H -72 


.V2 


.Vb 


.78 .82 .86: .92 


.98 


1.07 


1,12 


1.20 


$1.25 


$1.30| 






% .72 


.V6 


./8 


.82 .85 .90 


.95 


1.00 


1.10 


1.15 


1.25 


1.35 


1.50i$1.65 


$1.80 




Vs .74 


.78 


.82 


.85i .90 .94 


1.00 


1.05 


1.15 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


1.551 1.75 


2.00 




1 




.80 


.84 


.87' .92 .98 


1.05 


1.10 


1.20 1.30 


1.40 


1.60 


1.70 2.00 


2.50 


$2.70 


lii . 




.88 


.92 


.98 1.05 1.10 1.15 


1.20 


1.30 1.40 


1.55 


1.70 


1.90 2.15 


?50 


2 75 


IH . 




.98 


1.05 1.10 1.15 1.20| 1.30' 1.35 


1.40 1.50 


1.65 


1.80 


2.00 2.35 


2,80 


3 20 


IH . 






. . 1.30 1.35 1.45! 1.50, 1.55 


1.60, 1.70 


1.80 


2.00 


2.25 2.60 


2,90 


3 50 


2 






.. I 1.45 1.50 1.55 


1.60 


1.65 


1.75 


1.85 


2.00 


2.20 


2.45 


2.75 


3 10 


3.70 


2M . 






. . 1.55 1.60i 1-65 


1.75 


1.85 


1.95 


2.05 


2.20 


2.35 


2.65 


3.10 


3.50 


3.85 


2H • 






- . 1.90 2.00! 2.10 


2.20 


2.30 


2.40 


2.50 


2.60 


2.70 


2.90 3.30 


3.65 


4.20 



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No. 1776-Jl Garage door set, 
supplies the demand for a 
quality set at moderate cost. 
The extra heavy 10-inch hinges 
have reversed pads to permit 
application to jamb of the door. 

The plates of the 6-inch chain 
and foot bolts are the same size, 
making a neat combination. 

The wrought steel thumb latch 
with 8J^-inch handle is fitted 
with padlock eyes so doors can 
be securely locked. 

The wrought steel pull No. 
1257 is the same size as the 
handle of No. 1260 set, and is 
applied to the other door. The 
advantage of two handles for 
drawing the doors shut is 
obvious. 

The dead black japan finish 
gives the hardware a neat digni- 
fied appearance. 



No. 1776-Jl GARAGE DOOR SET 

1 Containing Complete Hardware 
Equipment for Garage 
with Double Doors 

Set includes the following: 

3 pairs No. 960- J 1 10-inch Extra 
Heavy Tee Hinges, as shown on 
page 110, but with reversed pads. 

1 No. 1055-Jl 6-inch Wrought 
Steel Chain Bolt with three staples, 
as shown on page 150, 

1 No. 1056-Jl 6-inch Wrought 
Steel Foot Bolt, as shown on page 
152. 

1 No. 1260- J 1 No. 4 Thumb 
Latch, as shown on page 183. 

1 No. 1257- J 1 No. 4 Handle, as 
shown on page 184. 

All the above in Dead Black 
Japanned Finish. 

/ ■-' 

y One Set No. 1776-Jl ' 

STANLEY GARAGE HARDWARE 

Complete in the Strong Stanley Telescope Box 





A neat handy package for your shelves. Saves time 
and labor. 

Size of Box: 12^ x 7^ x 2>g inches. 

Gross Weight: 20 pounds. 

Each item is wrapped separately and screws of 
proper size and finish are included. 

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CABINET ASSORTMENTS 

Assortment A 
Ornamental Hinges 



TOP SHELF 










Approximate 








Retail Price 


No. 


Size. 
Ins. 


Quantity 






Per Pr. 


Total 


1495 D2 


. . .* Vdoz.t>rs 


■A 
I0J5 


$1.80 


1481 N 


... 1 " " 


.20 


2.40 


1490 C 


H 




.10 


1.20 


1490 C 


1 




.10 


1.20 


1485 D2 


, . . .' 




.15 


1.80 


1486 F 






.15 


1.80 


1473 F 






.15 


1.80 



MIDDLE SHELF 



1478 D2 




I doz.pre 


10.15 


$1.80 


1478 F 




1 " •• 


.15 


1.80 


1475 D2 


ij^ 1 " " ^ 


.15 


1.80 


1475 F 


l}/2 1 *' " 


.15 


1.80 


1482 D2 


... 1 " " 


.16 


1.80 


1481 D2 


... |-1 " '-, 


r .15 


1.80 . 



BOTTOM SHELF 



1430 
1431 D2 
1475 D2 
1475 F 
1480 D2 
1480 F 
1480 N 



doz.prs 



$0.20 
.15 
.20 
.20 
.15 
.15 
.20 



Total price of contents, 



$2.40 
1.80 
2.40 
2.40 
1.80 
1.80 
2.40 

137.80 



Front of Cabinet, Assortment "A" 

Size of Cabinets:— Base, 12 x IGJ^ inches; Top, 8 x IQ}4 inches. Height, 19^ inches 

Cabinets are made of hard wood, in Quartered Oak Finish 

Weight of Cabinet with contents, packed for shipment, 86 pounds 



These are compact, convenient 
and carefully selected assort- 
ments of the Staple Sellers. The 
samples are displayed on the 
front of each cabinet, making 
it not only an attractive ad- 
vertisement, but at the same 
time a permanent, competent 
silent salesman. 

The goods, neatly packed in- 
side of the cabinet, are easily 
found and always in place. 

These Assortments are inter- 
changeable so that only one 
cabinet is necessary. The top 
of the cabinet can be unscrewed 
and the sample board taken out 
and replaced by the board of 
another Assortment, the stock 
on the shelves being changed to 
correspond. 

Complete information and 
prices on application. 




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Assortment C Door Bolts 

TOP SHELF 









Appro X. 


No. 


Size, 
Ins. 


Quantity 


Retail Price 




Each 


Total 


1153 


2 


Idoz. 


10.10 


11.20 


1153 


2y2 






.15 


1.80 


1153 


3 






.15 


1.80 


414 D2 








.15 


1.80 


1078 


2H 






.10 


1.20 


1078 


3 






.10 


1.20 


406 D2 


2H 






.10 


1.20 


406 D2 


3 






.10 


1.20 



MIDDLE SHELF 



1055 J 


3 


H doz. 


$0.35 


$2.10 


1077 


4 




.25 


3.00 


1088 


4 




.10 


1.20 


1076 


2y2 




.10 


1.20 


1078 


4 




.10 


1.20 


1073 


2y2 




.25 


3.00 


1073 


3 




.30 


3.60 



BOTTOM SHELF 



1070 J 

1055 J 

1056 J 
1084 



^ do2. 
1 " 



$0.15 
.50 
.40 
.10 



Total price of contents, 



$ .90 

3.00 
2.40 
1.20 

$34.20 



Cabinets are made of Hardwood , 
in Quartered Oak Finish. Size of Cabinets: — Base, 12 in. x 16M in.; Top, 8 in. x 16M in-; 
Height, 19^ in. Weight of Cabinet "C" with contents, packed for shipment, 95 pounds. 
Assortment B Cabinet Hardware 

TOP SHELF 



No. 

1490 F 
1490 D2 
1490 D2 
1494 F 

1258 J 
349 A 
349 A 
346 C 
345 C 



!_ 



Size, 
Ins. 



% 



2 

2H 



Quantity 



; 1 doz.prs i$0.10 



1 doz. 
1 " 
1 " 
1 " 
1 " 



MIDDLE SHELF 



Sc915J 3 

486 D2 

460 F 

465 D2 

1445 

1420 D2 2^x23^ 



1 doz. 

H gross 
6 doz. 
6 " 

1 doz.prs 
1 " " 



BOTTOM SHELF 



997 


IH 


2 doz. 


.03 


$ .72 


997 


2 


2 " 


.03 


.72 


997 


■2M 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


997 


3 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


997 


3^ 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


997 


4 


1 " 


.05 


.60 


999 


Hx2H 


2 " 


.03 


.72 


999 


Hx3 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


999 


Mx3M 


2 '* 


.05 


1.20 


995 


2 


2 " 


.03 


.72 


995 


2y2 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


995 


3 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


997 J 


IHxlH 


2 " 


.05 


1.20 


1860 


3 


1 " 


.35 


4.20 



Total price of contents, 



Weight of Cabinet "B" with con. 
tents, packed for shipment, 105 pounds. 




Each 
.10' 
.03 i 
.03 1 
.03 1 
.30 pr: 
.15 '* I 



$39.4 8 



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TOP SHELF 



No. 



286 F 
286 D2 

295 N 
295 D2 
295 D2 
295 D2 
295 F 
295 F 
295 F 

289 F 
289 F 
289 F 
289 D2 
289 D2 
289 D2 
289 N 




Approximate' 
Retail Price 



Per Pair 1 Total 



IH 


1 doz. prs. 


$ .10 


11.20 


IH 


1 *' " 


.10 


1.20 


2M 


H " " 


.20 


1.20 


2 




■■ .15 


.90 


2H 


/^ " '* 


.15 


.90 


3 


^ " " 


.20 


1.20 


2 


H *' " 


.15 


.90 


2M 


/^ " " 


.15 


.90 


3 


H " *' 


.20 


1.20 


2x2 


H " " 


.15 


.90 


2Hx2K 




.15 


.90 


3x3 


j^ " " 


.20 


1.20 


2x2 


3^ " *' 


.15 


.90 


2^x2M 


1^ " " 


.15 


.90 


3x3 


H " " 


.20 


1.20 


2y2x2H 


H 


.20 


1.20 



MIDDLE SHELF 



286 D2 


2 


1 doz. prs. 


.10 


$1.20 


286 D2 


2M 




' " 


.15 


1.80 


286 F 


2 






.10 


1.20 


286 F 


2H 






.15 


1.80 


286^ F 


2H 






.15 


1,80 


286 K D2 


2H 






.15 


1.80 


740 J 1 


2M 






.10 


1.20 


1485 D2 








.15 


1.80 


1486 D2 








.15 


1.80 


1473 F 








.15 


1.80 



Assortment D 
Small Plated Butts 

Cabinet is made of Hardwood in Quartered 
Oak Finish. 

Size of Cabinet: — Base, 12 in. x 1634 in.; 
Top, 8 in. X 16>< in.; Height, 19% in. 

Weight of Cabinet with contents, packed 
for shipment, 112 pounds. 

A compact, convenient and well selected 
assortment of Staple Sellers. The samples 
are mounted on the face of the Cabinet, 
making an attractive display as well as a 
permanent salesman. 

The goods are neatly packed on the inside 
of the Cabinet, are easy to find, and always 
in their place. The use of these Cabinets is 
a profitable and inexpensive- method of 
making quick sales. 

BOTTOM SHELF 









Approximate 


No. 


Size, 
Ins. 


Quantity 


Retail Price 




Per Pair 


Total 


1408 




^ doz. prs. 


$.35 


$2.10 


1404 




H " " 


.35 


2.10 


1480 F 




1 " " 


.15 


1.80 


1482 D2 




1 " " 


.15 


1.80 


1430 




1 " " 


.20 


2.40 


1478 D2 




1 " " 


.15 


1.80 


165 F 


2 


3 pairs 


.25 


.75 


165 D2 


2 
price of co 


3 " 

ntents, 


.25 


.75 


Total 


$46.50 



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Parallel Corrugations 
LIST PRICES 




No. nu 

Saw Edge 



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INCHES IN DEPTH 


.lik 






^6 


H 


H 


H 


H 


H 


K 


I 


2 


$0.45 


SO. 55 


$0.60 


$0.80 


$0.90 


$1.00 


$1.15 


3 


.60 


.75 


,85 


1.00 


1.15 


1.35 


1.45 


4 


.75 


.95 


1.05 


1.30 


1.45 


1.75 


1.85 


5 


.90 


1.20 


1.30 


1.70 


1.85 


2.20 


2.40 


6 


1.10 


1.40 


1.50 


1.85 


2.15 


2.55 


2.85 


7 


1.30 


1.60 


1.80 


2.20 


2.50 


3.00 


3.35 


8 


1.50 


1.80 


2.10 


2.55 


2.90 


3.45 


3.85 


9 


1.75 


2.00 


2.40 


2.90 


3.20 


3.65 


4.10 


10 


2.00 


2.20 


2.70 


3.15 


3.55 


3.90 


4.35 


U 


2.20 


2.40 


2.85 


3.30 


3.75 


4.15 


4.65 




Some Uses for Stanley Joint Fasteners 



No. 3300 
Plain Edge 




Packed in Paper Cartons to meet demands: 1000, 500, 250 and 100 to a box; also 
in Bulk, Kegs and Barrels. When ordering, give depth and number. 
Screen Door and Window Screen Joints can be firmly fastened with Stanley Joint Fasteners. 
Wheelwrights find them indispensable. 

There's no better way for Joining Segments of Wood Pulleys. 
Cabinet Joints are made doubly strong by their use. 
Makers of Box Shooks cannot get along without them. 

Built-Up-Work, such as Columns, Pillars, etc., is greatly strengthened and the costs 
reduced when Stanley Joint Fasteners are used. 

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PART IV 

HINGES AND 

FASTENINGS 

FOR OUTSIDE 

WINDOW BLINDS 






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WROUGHT STEi ^x. i!.TY" HINGES 

For blinds hung outside casings 



1600 
1600 
1652 



Description 



Complete, with No. 1652 3 3^- in. hooks 
Hinge plates separate 
Hooks separate 



Cuts actual size 





2-inch plate 
Size of screw, No. 8 



Number 


Deacription 


Per 
100 Sets 


1606 
1606 


Complete with No. 1652 33^-in. hooks 
Hinge plates separate . 


$7.00 
4.25 



• Blinds hung with these safety hinges can be lifted 
only at one point. They cannot be blown off nor lifted 
by accident. 

Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. 





Cuts actual size 



23^-inch plate. Size of screw, No. 8 



*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single or in sets. 

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WROUGHT STEEL HINGES* 

To swing blind around moulding 




FOR WOOD 



Number 



1608 
1608 



Description 



Complete with 43^-inch hooks 
Hinge plates separate . . . 



3-inch plate. 2-inch throw. Size of screw, No. 8. 
Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. 



Per 100 Seta 



S15.35 
11.35 





FOR BRICK 




Number 


Description 


Per 100 Sets 


1612 


Comnlete with 5VQ-inch hooks 


$16.70 


1612 


Hinpe olates seoarate 


12.70 









3-inch plate. 4-inch throw. Size of screw, No. 8. 
Ten sets in a box; fifty sets in a case. 

*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single or in sets. 

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WROUGHT STEEL HINGES* 

For blinds hung outside casing 



LIGHT 




No. 1616. Cut actual size 

5 inches long, % inch wide. No. 14 gauge. Size of screw, No. 8. 
Packed with either No. 1650, 33^-inch, or No. 1658, 33^-inch 
hooks. 



With No. 1650, 3 3^-inch hooks, as per cut, per 100 sets $8.70 

With No. 1658, 3 J^-inch hooks, see page 239, per 100 sets 8.00 

Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. 

HEAVY 




No. 1620. Cut of 4-inch. Actual size 

Three sizes, No. 14 gauge 

1 inch wide, 4 inches long. 1 inch wide, 5 inches long. 1 J^ inches wide, 7 inches long 

Size of screw, No. 8 

Per 100 Sets 

4-inch with No. 1666, 2, 23^ or 3-inch screw hooks $8.00 

5-inch with No. 1666, 2, 2 J^ or 3-inch screw hooks 9.00 

7-inch with No. 1658, 43^ or 5-inch drive hooks, see page 239 15.00 

Hinge plates, without hooks, 4-inch 5.00 

Hinge plates, without hooks, 5-inch 6.00 

Hinge plates, without hooks, 7-inch 8.50 

4 and 5-inch, one hundred sets in a case. 7-inch, fifty sets in a case. 
*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single or in sets. 

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WROUGHT STEEL HINGES* 

To swing blind around moulding 



WORKS 




.^ 




Cuts actual size :'.-•« 

5 inches long on blind. 1 inch wide. No. 13 gauge. No. 8 screw 



• No. 1634 

Raised to throw 1 to 2 inches 

Complete with No. 1666, 2K-inch hooks, per 100 sets .... r^?^?^.'^ .... $12.00 
Hinge plates, without hooks, per 100 sets 10.00 

No. 1628 

Raised to throw 23^ to 4 inches 

Complete with No. 1666, 3 or 33^-inch hooks, per 100 sets $13.35 

Hinge plates, without hooks, per 100 sets 11.35 

*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single or in sets. 

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WROUGHT STEEL BLIND HINGES* 

NEW YORK CITY STYLE 




^ 

5"5 ^ 







No. U 


// 


moh 

b 

1360 

Galvanized 

with No. 1380 

Fasts 

Per Set with 

Screws 


1640 

Plain Steel 

with No. 1682 

Fasts 

Per Set with 

Screws 




Size, Inches 


No. 1640 

Plain Steel 
Per Pair 


1360 

Galvanized 
Per Pair 


1640 

Plain Steel 
with No. 1680 

Fasts 

Per Set with 

Screws 


1360 

Galvanized 

with No. 1382 

Fasts 

Per Set with 

Screws 


8 

10 


$0,093^ 

.10 


$0.15 

-.16 

■ 


$0.30 
,32 


$0.47 
.50 


$0.36 
.40 


$0.52 
.55 



Countersunk for No. 8 screws. 

For illustration of No. 1680 Fasts, see page 243. No. 1682, page 243. 

Nos. 1640 and 1360, fifty pairs in a case. Combinations, one set in a box, with screws. 



No. 1«44. FOR BRICK 



No. 1644 

Plain Steel 
8-inch, Per Pair 


1644 

Plain Steel 
10-inch. Per Pair 


1364 1364 

Galvanized, 8-inch Galvanized, 10-inch 
Per Pair Per Pair 


$0.10 


$0.10^ 


$0.18 


$0.19 



Countersunk for No. 8 screws. Fifty pairs in a case, 

*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single, pairs, or sets. 

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WROUGHT STEEL CENTER BLIND HINGES* 

NEW YORK CITY STYLE 




Cut half size 



No. 1642. For wood, per pair . 10.10 

No. 1646. For brick, per pair 1034 

Fifty pairs in a case. Length of hinges on blind, inches. Size of screw, No. 8. 
The corrugation of elbow greatly increases the strength of the hinge. 



CAST FLUSH; BLIND HINGES 

FOR WOOD 




No. 1638 

Cut actual size 



■'^^."fr^Ttig^^" 



Per 100 sets $8.00 

Ten sets in a box. 

*In ordering please specify whether with or without hooks, single, pairs or sets. 

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IMPROVED WROUGHT STEEL GRAVITY BLIND HINGES 



FOR WOOD 

PATENTED 






Cuts actual size 



Sill Catch 



Sill Staple 



Number • ■ . 


Finish 


Per Dozen Sets 


1647J^ 
1647^ Z* 


Plain steel 


$1.20 


Stanley Sherardized, with screws 


2.00 









These hinges lock the blind by the action of gravity, and being made from heavy gauges 
of wrought steel, will not break. 

They are operated in the same way as the cast iron hinges in common use. To close 
the blind it is only necessary to lift the blind slightly and swing it around. 

All parts of the hinges are interchangeable; that is, the top hinges are the same as the 
bottom, and they are reversible and can be used either right or left hand. The advantages 
of this simplicity of construction and application are apparent. 

They are applied in the same manner as those ordinarily in use, and require the same 
number and size of screws. 

Packed one dozen sets in a box and ten dozen sets in a case. 

*For description of Stanley Sherardized finish, see page 10. 

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MALLEABLE IRON HOOKS 

SCREW BRACE 




Cut of 33^-inch. Actual size 



33^-inch, per 100 sets 
43^-inch, per 100 sets 
51^- inch, per 100 sets 



No. 1650 



For price of hooks and hinges complete, see pages 233 and 234. 



$4.35 
5.00 
6.00 



TO DRIVE 




Cut of 33^-inch. Actual size 

No. 1658 . fi,/ 

3J^-inch, per lOOsets ... «4 aa 

43^-inch, per 100 sets ^l'^ 

5>^-inch, perlOOsets ... 'VI 

o.dO 

For price of hooks and hinges complete, see page 234. 

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MALLEABLE IRON HOOKS 



To screw 




Cut of 23^-inch. Actual size 

No. I66C1 

2 -inch, per 100 sets ^i^oOO 

2J^-inch, per 100 sets 5.00 

3 -inch, per 100 sets - 6.00 

3H-inch, per lOOsets 6.70 

4 -inch, per 100 sets 7.35 

4H-inch, per 100 sets 7.85 

For price of hooks and hinges complete, see pages 234 and 235, 

WIRE BLIND FASTS 

To be attached underneath blinds 

SHEDDS PATTERN 





Cuts half size 
No. 1692 



Per 100 sets , . 

Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. .,;>^ 

240 



$5.00 



THE STANLEY 

WIRE BLIND FASTS 

To go underneath blind 
Cuts half size 



WORKS 



* No. 169:?^ • 

Per 100 sets . . . $5.00 






No. 1667 

Per 100 sets . . . $5.00 



No. 1667^ 

Per 100 sets ... $5.00 




Back Catch for All 

Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. 

These fasts are made of best tempered steel spring wire, warranted to hold its temper. 
By means of the screw-threaded tang, as shown in illustration, they can be attached to the 
blind by driving with a hammer or screwing in, in either case holding firmly in the blind with- 
out extra screws or staples. ' • . 

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BOSTON PATTERN BLIND FASTS 

To go underneath blind 




Part No. 1 







vvSill Staple 



Cuts half size 
No. 1672 



Back Catch 



Per 100 sets $6.00 

Part No. 1 is fastened to the under part of the blind, the screw part placed at the proper 
distance from the inside edge and the spring fastened to the wood by a nail or screw through 
the hole in the outer end. The sill staple is then driven into the sill at the proper point so 
that when closed the hook of part one will snap over the staple. The back catch is driven 
into the wall so as to engage the hook when the blind is thrown open. 

To unfasten the blind for opening or closing it is simply necessary to press the spring. 

Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. 

• >"V. "SECURITY" SCREW BLIND FASTS 

■r •■^'J^ , To screw through blind 



■■^'' 



PATENTED 




Cuts half size 

No. 1676. For Wood, per gross sets $11.35 

No. 1676^. For Brick, per gross sets / 11.35 

Twelve sets in a box; five gross sets in a case. 
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STANDARD SCREW BLIND FASTS 




To screw through bUnd 
Sill Staple ^^^^^ 



PATENTED 



Number 



1680 
1681 
1380 
1381 

1680 H 

168134 
1380 34 
1381^ 



Finish 



Per Gross 

Sets 



Japanned. For Wood 
Japanned. For Wood 
Galv. For Wood 
Galv. For Wood 
Japanned, For Brick 
Japanned. For Brick 
Galv. For Brick 
Galv, For Brick i 



Vl 



k 



$ 9.00 
12.00 ; , - 
16.00^^.^^ 
20.00 , . 
9.00 hjS 
12.00 O 
16.00 
20.00 



Back catch for brick. 



Ten sets in a box; 100 sets in a case. 

The Nos. 1380, 1381, 1380>^ and 
138134 have composition springs to prevent 
rust. Wire extension is packed with 1681, 
1381. 168134 and 138134- 




Cuts half size 

Wire extension 
To apply Wire Extension, the small loop is hooked into the eye of the fast and then 
attached to the blind by the two small galvanized staples. One staple is located about 34-inch 
from the bend and next to the fast, and one at the other bend. The large loop extends from 
the blind so that it is easily grasped. May be used both right and left hand. 

WROUGHT STEEL DOUBLE ACTING BLIND FASTS 




Twelve sets in a box. For any of above fasts in combination with No. 1640 hinges see 
page 236. Gross weight per dozen sets No. 1682; 534 pounds. 

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'SECURITY" BLIND FASTS 

To go iinderneath blind 
PATENTED 

Made of best malleable iron 




No. 1668. Per 100 sets , ' 

Ten sets in a box; one hundred sets in a case. 



$7.00 



WROUGHT STEEL PLATE BLIND FASTS FOR WOOD 

' NEW YORK CITY PATTERN 



s 



^^^^m ~ 




Back Catch for Wood 




Sill Staple 





• "' Back Catch for Brick 

For 134 and IJ^-inch blinds. Size of screw, No. 6 
No. 1684. For wood, per gross sets, $9.35 No. 1684J^. For brick, per gross sets, $9.35 
Twelve sets in a box; two and one-half gross sets in a case. 

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WROUGHT STEEL PLATE BLIND FASTS FOR WOOD 



PROVIDENCE PATTERN 




Sill Staple 



Cut actual size 



Back Catch 



Size of screw " ' No. 6 



U , No. 1688 

-^i^- 

Per gross sets $9 35 

Twelve sets In a box; two and one-half gross sets in a case. 

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PARTS OF BLIND FASTS 

Cuts actual size 




Back Catch No. 1 
1 3^ cents each 



\ 



Sill Pin No. 1 

- ?i cent each 




Sill Pin No. 2 
% cent each 




Sill Staple No. 3 
% cent each 




Back Catch No. 2 
1 }4 cents each 




Back Catch NoJs 

1 M cents each 

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PART V ; 

TELEGRAPH CODE 

INDEX TO CODE 

^ Page 

Correspondence 249 

Dates 260 

Discounts 257 

Finishes 258 

Numbers . . 252 

Orders . , . . . . . . . 248 

Quantities (Dozens, Pairs, Cents) . . . 250 

Quotations 248 

Sizes ......... 256 

NOTE — In quantities and discounts where there is no word to 

represent the desired amount, two code words should be used. Thus, 
Charter Camlets — 382 >^ pairs. Fleet Farrier— Si 0.62. 






THE 



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CODE 



QUOTATIONS 



Abase 

Abdicate 

Abdomen 

Abet 

Abhor 

Academy 

Achieve 

Acme 

Acorus 

Acquire 

Acrid 

Acrobat 

Across 

Acting 

Action 



Quote best price by wire delivered. 
Can I (we) meet price made by 



Prices quoted will not take order. 

Has there been any change in price of 

Will you accept an order for ? 

Not in position to quote on your inquiry of- 

We quote on your inquiry of 

We quote for prompt acceptance 



We quote for immediate shipment 

Can not accept order at price named. 

We will accept your offer. 

Take no more orders at that price. 

Advise us what price will take the order. 

Are estimating and will reply as soon as possible. 

Take no orders at old prices. 



ORDERS (Instructions) 



Admire Ship what you can at once. 

Admission Ship if you can ship today. 

Admit Ship by express. 

Admonish Ship by freight. 

Adobe Ship by rail and lake. 

Adoption Enter our order as per inquiry of 

Adorn Enter order as per your quotation of 

Adrift Enter order if you can ship within a week. 

Adulation Enter order if you can ship immediately. 

Adult Hold for instructions our order of 

Advent Suspend work on our order of 

Adverb Add to our order of 

Adviser Duplicate our order of 

Advocate Hurry shipment, our order of 

Affable When will you ship our order of ? 

Affair Why do you not ship our order of ? 

Affect If not already shipped, cancel order of 

Affection Date of shipment changed to 

Affiance How soon can you ship? 

Affiliate Have you in stock? 

Affinity Trace our shipment of ; . 

Affirm Have you shipped? 

Al^x When did you ship? 

Afflict Express at once what goods you have ready on order of- 



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ORDERS (Replies) 



Affright Have entered your order as per yours of — — — — 

Afloat Can not ship within time named on your order of- 

Afresh We have shipped today by freight. 

Agnate We have shipped today by express. 

Agonize We have shipped today by rail and lake. 

Agrarian. Now working on your order; will ship on 

Aground All goods made; can not cancel. 

Ailment Goods referred to were shipped on 

Album Awaiting your specifications. 

Albumen Send shipping directions, your order of '■ 

Alchemy ' Will hold your order awaiting letter. 
Alcohol Can not ship at once; best can do will be to ship- 
Alcove Are making shipment today on order. 

Alder Will make partial shipment at once, balance 

Algebra Can ship all from stock. 

Alias Can ship complete in days. 

Alibi Can ship within time named. 

Alien Can not furnish the goods; your inquiry of 



CORRESPONDENCE 



Amateur 

Amaze 

Amber 

Ambition 

Ambush 

Amendment 

Amiable 

Ammonia 

Amorous 

Amputate 

Amulet 

Amuse 

Anagram 

Anarchist 

Anatomist 

Ancestor 

Anchor 

Anecdote 

Anemone 



Answer by mail. 
Answer by telegraph. 
Referring to our letter of — 
Referring to your letter of- 



See our letter of today, giving full particulars. 

Have received no reply to ours of 

Referring to our telegram of 

Referring to your telegram of 

Wire reply to ours of in regard to 



Letter referred to not received ; send copy. 
Letter referred to not received; wire substance. 
Letter received; will have our prompt attention. 

Answer by telegram immediately, care 

Answer by telegram immediately our letter of 

Awaiting answer. , • 

Have received no advices from you. 

Quotations received, and change in price noted. 

Send particulars by mail. 

asks for quotations on . You quote. 



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QUANTITIES 

The addition of "s" signifies the addition of J^, thus Canoe means 50 pairs, Canoes, 503^ pairs; 
Deface, 50 dozen, Defaces, 503^ dozen. 





Pairs 


Dozen 


Cents 1 


50 


Pairs 


Dozen 

Deface 


Cents 


K2 


Cab 


Dabble 


Fabian 


Canoe 


Fanion 


1. 


Cabal 


Dabster 


Fable , 


51 


Canonize 


Default 


Fanner 


2 


Cabalist 


Daddy 


Fabric 


52 


Canopy 


Defect 


Fantastic 


3 


Cabbage 


Dado 


Fabricate 


53 


Cant 


Defend 


Far 


4 


Cabin 


Dagger 


Fabrication 


54 


Cantaloupe 


Defer 


Farce 


5 


Cabiri 


Dainty 


Fabricator 


55 


Cantata 


Define 


Farcical 


6 


Caboodle 


Dairy 


Fabulist 


56 


Canteen 


Deform 


Farewell 


7 


Caboose 


Dally 


Facade 


57 


Canter 


Defraud 


Farina 


8 


Cackle 


Damask 


Face 


58 


Canto 


Defray 


Farm 


9 


Cade 


Damper 


Facet 


59 


Canvas 


Defunct 


Farmer 


10 


Cadent 


Damsel 


Facial 


60 


Cap 


Degrade 


Faro 


11 


Cadet 


Damson 


Facing 


61 


Caper 


Degree 


Farrago 


12 


Cage 


Dance 


Fact 


62 


Capital 


Deject 


Farrier •- 


13 


Cajole . 


Dancing 


Faction 


63 


Capitalist 


Delight 


Farrow 


14 


Cake 


Dander 


Factor 


64 


Capon 


Delta 


Farthing 


15 


Calaboose 


Dandruff 


Factorize 


65 


Caprice 


Deluge 


Fascinate 


16 


Calamine 


Dangle 


Factum 


66 


Capsize 


Delusion 


Fashion 


17 


Calcine 


Danish 


Faddle 


67 


Capstan 


Demean 


Fashionable 


18 


Calculate 


Danube 


Fade | 


68 


Capsule 


Demise 


Fastidious 


19 


Caldron 


Dapple 


Fadge I 


69 


Captain 


Demon 


Fasting 


20 


Calendar 


Daring 


Fading 


70 


Caption 


Demure 


Faster 


21 


Calf 


Dark 


Fag 


71 


Captivate 


Denizen 


Fat 


22 


Calfskin 


Darkness 


Fagot 


72 


Captive 


Denote 


Fatal 


23 


Caliber 


Darning 


Fail 


73 


Captor 


Dental 


Fate 


24 


Calico 


Dash 


Failing 


74 


Capture 


Dentist 


Father 


25 


Calk 


Dashing 


Failure 


75 


Carat 


Denude 


Fathom 


26 


Calliope 


Dastard 


Fain 


76 


Caravan 


Depart 


Fatigue 


27 


Callow 


Daub 


Faint 


77 


Caravel 


Depend 


Fatling 


28 


Calm 


Daubing 


Fair 


78 


Carbine 


Deplete 


Fatten 


29 


Camel 


Dawn 


Fairy 


79 


Carbon 


Deploy 


Faucet 


30 


Cameleon 


Dazzle 


Faith 


80 


Carboy 


Depose 


Fauft 


31 


Camera 


Deacon 


Fake 


81 


Card 


Deprave 


Fauna 


32 


Camlet - 


Deafen 


Fakir 


i 82 


Cardinal 


Depress 


Favor 


33 


Camomile 


Dean 


Falcate 


; 83 


Care 


Deprive 


Favorite 


34 


Camp 


Dearth 


Falcon 


84 


Careen 


Deputy 


Fawn 


35 


Campaign 


Debark 


Fall 


85 


Career 


Derange 


Fay - 


36 


Camphor 


Debate 


Fallow 


86 


Carette 


Derby 


Fear 


37 


Canal 


Debauch 


Falsehood 


87 


Cargo 


Desert 


Feast 


38 


Cancer 


Debtor 


Falsetto 


88 


Carl 


Design 


Feat 


39 


Candid 


Decade 


Falsifier 


89 


Carman 


Despair 


Feather 


40 


Candidate 


Decamp 


Falter 


90 


Carmine 


Despise 


Feature 


41 


Candle 


Decanter 


Fame 


91 


Carnage 


Despoil 


Fecund 


42 


Candor 


Decay 


Familiar 


92 


Carnal 


Despond 


Federal 


43 


Cane 


Deceit 


Familiarize 


93 


Carnation 


Despot 


Federate 


44 


Canine 


Decimal 


Famine 


94 


Carol 


Destroy 


Fee 


45 


Caning 


Deck 


Fan 


95 


Carousal 


Detach 


Feeble 


46 


Canister 


Declaim 


Fanatic 


96 


Carp 


Detail 


Feed 


47 


Canker 


Declare 


Fancier 


97 


Carper 


Detector 


Feel 


48 


Cannibal 


Decree 


Fang 


98 


Carpet 


Dethrone 


Feeler 


49 


: Cannon 


Deduct 


Fangle 


99 


Carrot 


Develop 


Feeling 



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The addition of "s" signifies the addition of 3^. 



Pairs 


Dozen 


Cents 




Pairs 


, Dozen 


i Cents 


100 Cart 


Device 


Feign 


160 


Chamfer 


Dish 


Filter 


101 Cartel 


Devil 


Feint 


165 


; Champ 


Dishonor 


Filtrate 


102 Carter 


Devoid 


Feline 


170 


Chance 


Dislike 


1 Fin 


103 Carton 


Devotion 


Fell 


175 


Channel 


Dislodge 


Final 


104 C-arve 


Devour 


Fellic 


180 


Chant 


Dismal 


Finance 


105 Carver 


Dew 


Fellow 


185 


Chap 


Dismiss 


Finch 


106 Cascade 


i Dexter 


Felon 


190 


Chapel 


Dismount 


Finder 


107 Casefy 


Diadem 


Felt 


195 


Chaplet 


Disobey 


1 Finer 


108 Cashier 


j Diagram 


Female 


200 


Cliaplain 


Disorder 


Finger 


109 Casket 


Dial 


Feminine 


225 


Chapman 


Disown 


Finite 


110 Cassia 


Dialect 


Fence 


250 


Charade 


Dispel 


Finlander 


111 Cassock 


Diamond 


Fencer 


275 


1 Charm 


Dispense 


Fir 


112 Caste 


Diana 


Fend 


300 


Charnel 


Display 


Fire 


113 Castigate 


Diapason 


Fender 


325 


Chart - 


Disposal 


Fireside 


114 1 Castle 


Diary 


Fennel 


350 


Charter - 


Disprove 


Firkin 


115 Castor 


Dicker 


Feodal 


375 


Chase 


Dispute 


Firm 


116 Cater 


Dictate 


Ferment 


400 


Chat 


Dissect 


Firman 


117 Catgut 


Diction 


Fern 


425 


Chattel 


Dissolve 


Fish 


118 Cathedral 


Differ 


Ferret 


450 


Chatter 


Distant 


F issuer 


119 Catholic 


Diffuse 


Ferriage 


475 


Ohaw 


Distaste 


Fitter 


120 1 Catnip 


Dig 


Ferrule 


500 


Cheapen 


Distill 


Flag 


121 Caudal 


Digest 


Ferry 


525 


Cheek 


Distort 


Flagon 


122 Cause 


Digging 


Fertile 


550 


Cheer 


Distress 


Flagrant 


123 , Caustic 


Dignity 


Fertilize 


575 


Cheese 


District 


Flail 


124 ! Caution 


Digress 


Fervent 


600 


Chemise 


Distrust 


Flake 


125 Cavalier 


Dilate 


Fervid 


625 


Chemist 


Ditch 


Flame 


126 ' Cave 


Dilemma 


Fervor 


650 


Cherish 


Divan 


Flambeau 


127 Cavern 


Diligent 


Festal 


675 


Chew 


Diverge 


Flamingo 


128 Cavil 


Dime 


Fester ' 


700 


Chick 


Divine 


Flange 


129 Cedar 


Dimple 


Festive 


725 


Chief 


Divorce 


Flank 


130 Ceiling 


Dinner 


Fetch 


750 


Child 


Divulge 


Flannel 


131 Celebrate 


Diploma 


Fetter | 


775 


Chill 


Docket 


Flare 


132 Celestial 


Dipping 


Feud 1 


800 


Chime 


Doctor 


Flash 


133 Cell 


Director 


Fiat 


825 


Chin 


Doctrine 


Flask . -• 


134 Cellar 


Disable 


Fibber 


850 


Chink 


Dodge 


Flatten 


135 Celt 


Disarm 


Fiddle 


875 


Chip 


Dodging 


Flaunt 


136 Celtic 


Disband 


Fidget 


900 


Chirp 


Dogma 


Flavor 


137 Cement 


Disburse 


Field 


925 


Chisel 


Dogmatic 


Flea 


138 Censor 


Discard 


Fiend i 


950 


Choir 


Dolphin 


Fleck 


139 Censure | 


Disciple 


Fife 


975 


Choke : 


Dolt 1 


Fledge ' 


140 Centaur 


Disclaim 


Fifer | 


1000 


Choral 


Domain 


Fleet 


141 Center 


Disclose 


Fig 1 


1100 


Chord 


Dome 


Flight 


142 Cerate 


Discord 


Figment ' 


1200 i 


Church 


Donation 


Fling 


143 Ceremony 


Discover 


Figurative 


1300 1 


Churl 


Donkey 


Flint 


145 Chafe 


Discuss 


Filaceous 


1400 


Churn 


Donor 


Flip 


146 Chaff 


Disdain 


Filament ! 


1500 , 


Cider 


Dorsal 


Flirt 


147 Chafing 


Disease 


Filbert 


2000 


Cigar 


Doublet 


Float 


148 Chair 


Disfavor I 


Filcher 


3000 i 


Cinder 


Dower 


Flock 


149 Chalice 


Disagree 


File 1 


4000 


Cinnamon 


Dragon 


Flog 


150 Chalk 


Disguise : 


Filing 


5000 Circuit 


Drain 


Flood 


155 Chamber 


Disgust 


Film i 

1 









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NUMBERS 



141 


Gab 


345 C 


German 


450 


Gloomy 


1413^ 


Gabbing 


346 A 


Gerund 


452 


Glorify 


*160 


Gabble 


346 C 


Gerundive 


456 A 


Gloss 


*165 


Gabion 


349 


Getting 


456 D2 


Glossary 


165 B. B, 


Gabionade 


350 


Geyser 


456 F 


Glossic 


166 


Gablock 


352 


Ghastly 


456 H 


Glossy 


170 B. B. 


Gablet 


353 


Ghost 


460 


Glove 


171 B. B. 


Gablurn 


355 A 


Ghoul 


465 


Glum 


172 


Gabriel 


355 D2 


Ghoulish 


481 A 


Goad 


172 B. B, 


Gabriello 


355 F 


Giant 


481 D2 


Goal 


173 


Gabrirlite 


355 H 


Giantess 


481 SD2 


■ Goatee 


173 B. B. 


Gabrun 


356 A 


Giberish 


481 H 


Gob 


174 


Gabunese 


356 D2 


Gibbet 


483 A 


Goblet 


174 B. B. 


Gabun 


356 F 


Gibbon 


483 D2 


Gocart 


*175 


Gad 


356 H 


Gibe 


483 SD2 


Goddess 


176 


Gadabout 


360 


Giddy 


483 H 


Godfather 


178 


Gadder 


361 A 


Gift 


484 A 


Godhead 


179 


Gadding 


361 D2 


Gig 


484 D2 


Godless 


179 B. B. 


Gaddish 


361 SD2 


Gigantic 


484 SD2 


Godly 


*180 


Gadfly 


361 H 


Giggle 


484 F 


Godroon 


181 


Gadhelic 


362 


Gild 


484 A 


Godsend 


189 


Gag 


372 A 


Gimlet 


485 A 


God wit 


195 


Gaiter 


372 D2 


Gimmal 


485 D2 


Going 


*239 


Gallant 


372 F 


Gimp 


485 SD2 


Golden 


*239 B. B. 


Gallery 


372 H 


Gin 


485 H 


Goldfish 


*241 


Galley 


373 A 


Ginger 


486 A 


Goldflower 


*241 B. B. 


Gallic 


373 D2 


Gingerly 


486 D2 


Goldilocks 


*241^ 


Galliform 


373 F 


Gingham 


486 SD2 


Golding 


*241^B. B. 


Galling 


373 H 


Ginseng 


486 H 


Goldish 


244 


Gallows 


374 A 


Giraffe 


487 A 


Golf 


245 


Gall us 


374 D2 


Gird 


487 D2 


Goliath 


249 


Gamba 


374 F 


Girdle 


487 SD2 


Gondola 


250 


Gambrel 


374 H 


Girdling 


487 H 


Good by 


252 


Game 


385 A 


Gist 


488 


Goodly 


257 


Ganglion 


385 D2 


Gith 


489 


Goodness 


260 


Gap 


385 F 


Gittern 


490 A 


Goose 


268 


Garcon 


385 H 


Given 


490 C 


Gooseberry 


273 


Garland 


393 A 


Glad 


490 D2 


Goosewing 


274 


Garner 


393 D2 


Gladden 


490 N 


Gopher 


275 


Garous 


393 F 


Glade 


491 


Gordian 


280 


Gas 


3933^ 


Gladiator 


492 A 


Gore 


283^ 


Gatch 


394 


Gladly 


492 C 


Gorge 


*284 


Gather 


395 A 


Gladness 


492 D2 


Gorgetius 


284K 


Gaudy 


395 D2 


Gladsome 


492 N 


Gorgon 


*286 


Gaunt 


395 SD2 


Gladstone 


494 


Goring 


286M 


Gauntlet 


395 F 


Glagol 


731 


Haggle 


288 


Gawk 


395 H 


Glaim 


7311^ 


Hail 


*289 


Gaze 


396 


Glance 


733 


Hairpin 


*289J^ 


Gazelle 


397 A 


Gland 


739 


Halfcock 


*291 


Gazette 


397 D2 


Glanders 


740 


Halfmast 


*2913^ 


Gazetteer 


397 SD2 


Gland ula 


746 


Halibut 


*295 


Gear 


397 H 


Glandulous 


747 


Hall 


*297 


Gearing 


397 N 


Glanidian 


748 


Hallmark 


301 


Gehenna 


400 


Glare 


749 


Halloween 


303 


. Gem 


404 


Glassy 


751 


Hallway 


304 


Gemot 


405 


Glaucous 


752 


Halter 


305 


Gender 


406 


Glaze 


753 


Halyard 


332 


Gentlemen 


4063^ 


Glazer 


755 


Hamburg 


333 


Gently 


408 


Glebe 


756 


Hamlet 


3333^ 


Genuine 


414 


Glimpse 


760 


Hammock 


335 


Geography 


430 


Gloaming 


763 


Handbill 


344 


Geranium 


431 


Globe 


765 


Handful 


345 A 


Germ 


432 


Globular 


790 


Happy 



* For Code Word for these numbers in different Finishes, see page 258. For Code Word 
for finishes only, see page 259. In ordering goods which are not coded in the finishes, use 
one word for the class number and one for the finish (page 259). 

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WORKS 



CODE 



NUMBERS— Continued 



792 

794 

797 

797 N 

800 

802 

804 

805 

806 

808 

810 

813 

814 

8141^ 

816 

816>^ 

818 

820 

822 

823 

828 

829 

830 

832 

833 

834 

835 

8353/^ 

837 

837K 

838 

840 

842 

843 

844 

850 

851 

856 

856 B. B. 

860 

900 

901 

901 J 

902 

904 

906 

907 

907 J 

908 

910 

912 

913 

914 

915 

915 A 

915 C 

915 D2 

915 J 

915 Z 

9151^^ 

916 

917 S.C. 

919 

920 

921 

921^ 



Harangue 

Harbor 

Hard 

Harden 

Harmony 

Harness 

Harpoon 

Harpy 

Harrow 

Harsh 

Harvest 

Hash 

Hassock 

Hasten 

Hatch 

Hate 

Hatred 

Haughty 

Haunt 

Haven 

Hay 

Hazard 

Hazy 

Headache 

Header 

Headstrong 

Healing 

Health 

Healthy 

Hearsay 

Hearse 

Hearty 

Heathen 

Heating 

Heave 

Heedless 

Heft 

Helen 

Helenium 

Helix 

Herald 

Heraldry 

Herb 

Hercules 

Hereafter 

Hereditary 

Heredity 

Hereford 

Heresy 

Heritage 

Hermit 

Hero 

Heroic 

Heroism 

Heron 

Hesitate 

Hesitation 

Hesper 

Hessian 

Hew 

Hexagon 

Hexegram 

Hibernian 

Hiccough 

Hickory 

Hidalgo 



923 
925 
926 
929 
930 
931 
935 
937 
938 

938 Z 
939 

939 Z 
940 
941 
942 
943 
9433^ 
944 
945 
9453^ 
946 
947 
952 
954 
955 
956 
958 
960 
961 
962 
964 
970 
972 
973 
974 
975 
976 
978 
980 
981 
982 
983 
986 
987 . 
988 
991 
993 
9933^ 
994 
9943^ 
995 
995 K 
996 
9963^ 
997 
9973^ 
998 
999 

1014 
1020 
1026 
1028 
1030 
1032 
1034 
1048 



Hide 


1050 


Huckleberry 


Hidrosis 


1051 


Huckster 


Hidrotic 


1052 


Huff 


Highland 


1054 


Huge 


Hylander 


1055 


Huk 


Highway 


1056 


Hulking 


Hinder 


1061 


Humbling 


Hip 


1063 


Humbug 


Hippius 


1065 


Humefy 


Hippo 


1070 


Hump 


Hippocras 


1073 


Hunger 


Hippocratic 


1076 


Hunt 


Hippodrome 


1077 


Hunting 


Hireling 


1078 


Huntsman 


Hirsute 


10783^ 


Hurdle 


Hiss 


1080 


Hurling 


History 


1081 


Hurricane 


Hit 


1082 


Hurt 


Hitch 


1084 


(Hjusband 


Hitching 


1086 


Husk 


Hither 


1088 


Hustler 


Hive 


1090 


Hyacinth 


Hobble 


1092 


Hybrid 


Hobgoblin 


1094 


Hydrant 


Hobnail 


1100 


Hydrometer 


Hock 


1102 


Hydrophobia 


Hod 


1108 


Hyena 


Hoggish 


1109 


Hyetal 


Hogshead 


1110 


Hygiene 


Hoist 


1112 


Hymen 


Holder 


1113 


Hymeneal 


Hollyhock 


1114 


Hymnal 


Holocaust 


1118 


Hyphen 


Holograph 


1122 


Hypnotism 


Holster 


1124 


Hypocrisy 


Homage 


1125 


Hypocrite 


Homelike 


1126 


Hypoderm : 


Homeopath 


1128 


Hypothesis 


Homesick 


1130 


Hyssop 


Homespun 


1132 


Hysterics 


Homeward 


1134 


Iambic 


Homicide 


1136 


Iambus 


Honesty 


1150 


Ibex 


Honey 


1151 


Ice 


Honeycomb 


1152 


Iceberg 


Honorable 


1153 


Iceman 


Hood 


1154 


Icicle 


Hoodless 


1155 


• Icy 


Hoodlum 


1200 


Illness 


Hoodoo 


1202 


Illogical 


Hoof 


1205 


Illumination 


Hoofed 


1206 


Illustration 


Hooky 


1208 


Image 


Hoolock 


1209 


Imaginable 


Hope 


1210 


Imagination 


Hopeful 


1211 


Imagine 


Hopeless 


1214 


Imbibe 


Hopper 


1215 


Imitate 


Horseman 


1216 


Imitative 


Hosiery 


1225 


Immerse 


Hostile 


1230 


Immure 


Hothouse 


1245 


Impatient 


Hotter 


1250 


Impel 


Houdan 


1252 


Impend 


Household 


1255 


Impenitent 


Hub i 


1257 


Imperative 



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THE 



STANLEY WORKS 



CODE 



NUMBERS— Continued 



I 



1258 


Imperator [ 


1364 


Influence 


1475 


Isis 


1260 


Imperial 


1380 


Ingrain 


14753^ 


Island 


1265 


Impetus 


13803^ 


Ingress 


1478 


Isolate 


1272 


Implore 


1382 


Inhabit 


14783^ 


Isolation 


1280 


Impotent 


1400 


Inquisitive 


1479 


Isomeric 


1282 


Imprecate 


1403 


Insane 


1479}^ 


Isometry 


1300 


Inaccurate 


1404 . :' 


Insect 


1480 


I son 


1300M 


Inactive 


1405 


Insensible 


14803^ 


Isopod 


1301 M 


Inadequate 


1406 


Insertion 


1481 


Isotherm 


1302 


Inane 


1407 


Insignia 


14813^ 


Israel 


13023^ 


Inanimate 


1408 


Insipid 


1482 


Issue 


1303 


Inapt 


1409 


Insolent 


14823/^ 


Issuing 


1303M 


Inattention 


1410 


Insomnia 


1483 


Isthmus 


1304 


Inaugurate 


1411 


Inspiration 


14833^ 


Istrian 


1304M 


Inbred 


1412 


Install 


1485 


Italian 


1305 


Incalculable 


1413 


Instep 


1486 


Italic 


1305M 


Incandescent 


1414 


Instinct 


1490 


Iterate 


1306 


Incapable 


1415 


Institute 


1492 


Itinerancy 


1306M 


Incarnate 


1416 A 


Instrument 


1494 


Itinerary 


1307 


Incendiary 


1416 D2 


Insular 


1495 


Ivory 


13071^ 


Incense 


1417 


Insult 


1600 


Jargon 


1308 


Inception 


1418 


Insurrection 


1606 


Jealous 


1308M 


Incident 


1420 


Integral 


1608 


Jelly 


1309 Ji 


Incidentally 


1421 


Intellect 


1612 


Jerk 


1310 


Incipient 


1421M 


Intelligent 


1616 


Jesuit 


13101^ 


Incite 


1421 M 


Intense 


1620 


Jewel 


1311 


Inclement 


1422 


Intention 


1624 


Jig 


1312 


Incline 


1423 


Intercede 


1628 


Jingle 


1313 


Incognito 
Incoherent 


1423 1^ 


Interchange 


1638 


Jonquil 


1314 


14233^ 


Intercourse 


1640 


Journal 


1315 


Income 


1424 


Interdict 


1642 


Joyful 


1316 


Incomparable 


14243^ 


Interdiction 


1644 


Judge 


1317 


Incompetent 


1425 


Interest 


1645 


Judgment 


1318 


Incongruous 


1425^ 


Interesting 


1646 


Judicial 


1319 


Inconsistent 


1426 


Interfere 


16473^ 


Juggle 


1321 


Incubate 


1428 


Interim 


1650 


Jumble 


1322 


Incumbent 


1429 


Interlude 


1652 


Junction 


1323 


Incur 


14293^ 


Intermede 


1658 


Jupiter 


1324 


Indebted 


1430 


Intermission 


1666 


Justly 


1325 


Indeed 


1430 D2 


Internal 


1667 


Juvenile 


1326 


Indelible 


14303^ 


Internally 


16673^ 


Juxta 


1327 


Indent 


1431 


Interne 


1668 


Kangaroo 


1328 


Independent 


1431 M 


Interne 


1672 


Kazoo 


1329 


Index 


1432 


Interpolate 


1676 


Keeper 


1331 


Indifferent 


1433 


I nterpose 


16763^ 


Kelp 


1332 


Indigent 


1434 


Interrupt 


1680 


Kerchief 


1333 


Indignant 


1437 


Intimate 


16803^ 


Kermess 


1334 


Indiscreet 


1438 


Intoxicate 


1682 


Kernel 


1335 


Indispensable 


1442 


Intromit 


1684 


Key - 


1336 


Indispose 


1444 


Introspect 


16843^ 


Keyhole 


1337 


Indistinct 


1445 


Intrude 


1688 


Kick 


1338 


Individual 


1446 


Intrusion 


1692 


Kidney 


1339 


Indogen 


1450 J 1 


Invalid 


16923^ 


Kill 


1340 


Indorse 


1450 N 


Invasion 


1696 


Kin 


1341 


Induction 


1455 J 1 


Involve 


1698 


Kindred 


1342 


Inductive 


1457 


Iodine 


1706 


Kiss 


1343 


Indulge 


1458 


Iodoform 


17063^ 


Kissing 


1344 


Indulgence 


1459 


Ipecac 


1708 


Kitchen 


1345 


Indulgent 


1460 


Ironical 


1 1710 


Knife 


1347 


Industrial 


1461 


Irony 


1712 


Knitting 


1348 


Industry 


1 1462 


Irradiate 


1713 


Knob 


1352 


Inference 


1463 


Irrational 


1714 


Knock 


1353 


I nferior 


1465 


Irregular 


1714 Z 


Knocker 


1354 


Infernal 


1466 


Irrelevant 


1716 


Knowledge 


1356 


Infidel 


1473 


Irrupt 


1716 Z 


Known 


1360 


Infirm 


1474 


Isabel 


1717 


Knuckle 



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STANLEY 



WORKS 



CODE 



NUMBERS— Continued 



1717 Z 


Koa 


1752 J 


Lack 


1816 


Language 


1718 


Kodak 


1752 D2 


Lackey 


1817 


Languor 


1719 


Kohinoor 


1752 F 


Lacking 


1820 


Lap 


1719 2 


Komal 


1752 Z 


Lacmus 


1821 


Lard 


1720 


Koran 


1753 J 


Laconic 


1825 


Lark 


1722 


Kotow 


* 1753 D2 


Laconism 


1830 


Lash 


1724 


Kraken 


1753 F 


Lacquering 


1832 


Lasting 


1725 


Krasis 


1753 Z 


Lactam 


1833 


Latchet 


1726 


Krausen 


1760 J 


Lacteal 


1834 


Late 


1727 


- Kraut 


1760 Z 


Lacteous 


1835 


Latent 


1728 


Kreeker 


1762 J 


Lactone 


1836 


Lath 


1730 


Kremlin 


1762 Z 


Lacuna 


1838 


Latin 


1750 J 


Lace 


1765 


Ladder 


1850 


Lazy 


1750 D2 


Lacerate 


1775 J 


Lade 


1854 


League 


1750 F 


Lacerating 


1775 Z 


Lading 


1860 


Leash 


1750 Z 


, Laceration 


1776 


Ladino 


1862 


Leaven 


1751 [ 


Lacet 


1800 


Lady 


3300 


Living 


1751 D2 


Laches 


1804 


Laity 


3315 


Loaf 


1751 F 


Lachesis 


1808 


Lament 






1751 Z 


Lacing 


1812 


Lance 




- 



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WORKS 



CODE 



SIZES 



H Maccaroni 

^ Mackerel 

% Madam 

K Madcap 

1 Madeira 

la Madhouse 

1 M Madman 

1^ Magazine 

1 3^ Magic 

1^ Magistrate 

1 ^ Magnesia 

2 Magnet 
234 Magnolia 
2}4 Mahogany 
2^ Maiden 

3 Mainland 
ZU Mainly 
Z}4 Maintain 
3% Maintenance 

4 Majesty 
43^ Major 

5 Malady 
53^ Malaria 

6 Malignant 
63/^ Mallard 

7 Mallet 
7M Malster 

8 Mammoth 

9 Manacle 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
20 
21 
24 
30 
32 
36 
42 
48 
60 

1 xl 

i^xlM 
13^x13^ 

mxm 

2 x2 

2 x23^ 
2 x3 
23^x2 

2^x23^ 
23^x3 



Manager 

Mandamus 

Mandarin 

Mandate 

Mandible 

Mandrake 

Manful 

Manganese 

Mangled 

Mangrove 

Manhood 

Maniac 

Manikin 

Manna 

Mansion 

Manual 

Manuscript 

Maple 

Marigold 

Mariner 

Marital 

Marksman 

Maroon 

Marquis 

Marriage 

Marrow 

Marshal 

Martin 



3 x23^ 
3 x3 

3 x33^ 
3}^x3 
3j^x33^ 
3^x4 

4 x3H 
4 x4 

4 x43^ 
43^x4 
4>^x4M 
43^x5 

5 x5 
5 x6 

5 x7 
53^x53^ 

6 x4 
x5 
x6 
x7 
x8 
x6 
x7 
x8 
xlO 
x6 
x8 
xlO 



Martyr 

Marvel 

Masculine 

Mashed 

Mason 

Massacre 

Massive 

Mastiff 

Mastodon 

Maternal 

Mattock 

Mature 

Maxim 

Maypole 

Mechanic 

Mediator 

Medical 

Medication 

Medicine 

Melody 

Member 

Membership 

Membrane 

Membranous 

Memento 

Memoir 

Memory 

Mendicant 



BRACKETS 





3x4 Merchant 


7x 9 Moderate 




4x5 Mercury 


8x10 Moderation 




5x6 Meridian " • 


10x12 Mohair 




5x7 Merriment 


12x14 Mohawk 




6x8 Messenger | 


16 x 18 Molecule 



WASHERS 





%x3^ Mood 


2^xli/l'6 


Mormon 




MxS/fe Moon 


^ 2Mxl^ 


Morose 




J/gx^ Mooring 


3 xl3^ 


Morphine 




1 X 14 Moose 


3^x11^ 


Morsel 




1^x3^ Moot 


33^x1^ 


Mortal 




1^x9/^6 Mop 


W4XIH 


Mortar 




1/^x5^ Moping 


4 xlK 


Mortify 




IMxii/fe Moral 


4Hx2 


Mosaic 


•• 


2 xi3/fg Morass 


4Hx23^ 


Moslem 


.- 


234x1% Morbid 







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WORKS 



CODE 







DISCOUNTS 


' 




Per Cent. 


Code Word 


Per Cent. 


Codeword 


Per Cent. 


Code Word 


2 


Nabob 


45 


Neuralgia 


70-10-10 


Nostril 


23^ 


Naked 


45-5 


Neurosis 


70-10-10-5 


Notation 


3 


Nameless 


45-10 


Neuter 


70-10-10-10 


Notch 


5 


Nankeen 


50 


Neutralize 


72^ 


Notion 


7^ 


Naphtha 


50-5 


Newly 


723^-5 


Notorious 


5-71^ 


Napkin 


50-10 


Nibble 


7234-10 


Noun 


10 


Narcissus 


i 50-10-5 


Nice 


7234-10-5 


Nourish 


10-23^ 


Narcotic 


1 50-10-10 


Niche 


75 


Novel . > 


10-5 


Narration 


! 50-10-10-5 


Nickname 


75-5 


Novice 


10-7H 


Nasal 


55 


Nicotine 


75-10 


Noxious 


10-10 


Nasturtium 


! 55-5 


Niece 


75-10-5 


Nozzle 


10-10-5 


Nation 


55-10 


Niggard 


75-10-10 


Nubia 


10-10-10 


Native 


60 


Nightingale 


75-10-10-5 


Nucleus 


10-10-10-10 


Natural 


60-5 


Nihilist 


75-10-10-10 


Nudge 


20 


Nature 


60-10 


Nimble 


7734 


Nugget 


20-214 


Naughty 


60-10-5 


Ninny 


7734-5 


Nuisance 


20-5 


Nautilus 


60-10-10 


Nipper 


7734-10 


Nullify 


20-7 H 


Navigate 


60-10-10-5 


Nitrate 


7734-10-5 


Nullity 


25 


Navy 


60-10-10-10 


Nitrogen 


80 


Numbness 


25-5 


Neatness 


60-10-10-10-5 


Nobby 


80-5 


Numerate 


25-10 


Nebular 


65 


Nocturne 


80-10 


Numerous 


25-10-5 


Necessity 


65-5 


Nodding 


80-10-5 


Numbskull 


25-10-10 


Nectar 


65-10 


Noise 


80-10-10 


Nuncio 


25-10-10-5 


Needle 


' 65-10-5 


Noisy 


80-10-10-5 


Nunnery 


25-10-10-10 


Nefarious 


65-10-10 


Nomad 


80-10-10-10 


Nuptials 


30 


Negative 


m% 


Nominal 


82^ 


Nurse 


30-5 


Negligent 


m%-iy2 


Nominee 


8234-5 


Nurture 


30-10 


Negro 


66M-10 


Nonchalance 


82^-10-5 


Nutation 


33M 


Neighbor 


66^-10-73^ 


Nondescript 


85 


Nutmeg 


33H-5 


Nemesis 


67^ 


Nonpareil 


85-5 


Nutriment 


333^-10 


Neologist 


67^-5 1 


Nonsense 


85-10 


Nutritive 


35 


Nephew 


673^-10 


Nook 


85-10-5 


Nutshell 


35-5 


Neptune 


673^-10-5 1 


Noon 


90 


Nyanza 


35-10 


Nerve 


70 


Noose 


90-5 


Nymph 


40 


Nervous 


70-5 


Normal 


90-10 


Nympha 


40-5 


Nest 


70-10 


Norther 


90-10-5 


Nyssa 


40-10 


Nettle 


70-10-5 


Nosegay 







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FINISHES 





No. 160 


180 


241 


B.B.241H 


289 


291^ 


A 


Saint 


Satire 


Sciatic 


Scruple 


Serenity 


Shapely 


B 


Saintly 


Satirize 


Sciatica 


Scrupulous ' 


Sereno 


Shaping 


SB 


Sake 


Satisfaction 


Sciatical 


Scrutable 


Serf 


Sharing 


C 


Saker 


Satisfy 


Science 


Scrutiny 


Serfdom 


Shark 


D2 


Salad 


Saturation 


Scientific 


Scud 


Serially ■ 


Sharpen 


SD2 


Salamander 


Saturnine 


Scientist 


Scullery 


Serious 


Shatter 


F 


Salary 


Sauce 


Scilla 


Scurf 


Serpent 


Shear 


F2 


Saleratus 


Saucy 


Scintilla 


Scutcheon 


Serpentine 


Sheath 


F4 


Salic 


Saunter 


Scion 


Scuttle 


Serpula 


Sheathing 


SF 


Salient 


Sausage 


Scissors 


Scythe 


Servant 


Shed 


SF2 


Salina 


Savage 


Sclerosis 


Seafaring 


Serve 


Sheepish 


SF4 


Saline 


Savant 


Scoff 


Seamstress 


Service 


Sheldrake 


G 


Saliva 


Saving 


Scold 


Search 


Servient 


Shell 


H 


Salmon 


Savour 


Scolding 


Season 


Servitude 


Shelter 


Jl 


Salmonic 


Savvy 


Sconce 


Seating 


Sesame 


Shelving 


N 


Salon 


Sawdust 


Scoop 


Secession 


Sessional 


Sherbert 




No. 165 


239 


B.B. 241 


284 


289M 


295 


A 


Salt 


Scale 


Scope 


Selection 


Sestine 


Shift 


B 


Salting 


Scalene 


Scops 


Selective 


Seth 


Shifting 


SB 


Salubrity 


Scaler 


Scoptic 


Selenic 


Seton 


Shiftless 


C 


Salutation 


Scaling 


Scopula 


Self 


Setee 


Shilling 


D2 


Salute 


Scallop 


Scorch 


Selfish 


Setting 


Shimmer 


SD2 


Salvation 


Scalper 


Scorching 


Selfness 


Settler 


Shingle 


F, 


Sanctify 


Scamp 


Scoring 


Seltzer 


Sever 


Shirk 


F2 


Sanction 


Scandal 


Scornful 


Semblance 


Severance 


Shiver 


F4 


Sanctuary 


Scant 


Scorpion 


Semester 


Severity 


Shoal 


SF 


Sandal 


Scapegoat 


Scoundrel 


Semicolon 


Sewage 


Shocking 


SF2 


Sanding 


Scapula 


Scourge 


Seminary 


Sex 


Shoe 


SF4 


Sandstone 


Scarab 


Scout 


Senate 


Sextant 


Shoot 


G 


Sandwich 


Scarcity 


Scow 


Seneschal 


Sextillion 


Shop 


H 


Sandy 


Scarf 


Scrabble 


Senior 


Sextuple 


Shore 


Jl 


Sanguine 


Scarlet 


Scrag 


Sensation 


Shabby 


Shorten 


N 


Sanity 


Scathe 


Scramble 


Senseless 


Shackel 


Shot' 




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B.B. 239 


241K2 


286 


291 


297 


A 


Sap 


Scenery 


Scrape 


Sensitive 


Shad 


Shoulder 


B 


Sapid 


Scenic 


Scraping 


Sensory 


Shaddock 


Shout 


SB 


Sapling 


Scentful 


Scrappy 


Sensual 


Shade 


Shouting 


C 


Sapper 


Sceptre 


Scratch 


Sentence 


Shadow 


Shove 


D2 


Sapphire 


Schedule 


Scrawl 


Sentiment 


Shady 


Shower 


SD2 


Saprol 


Scheme 


Scream 


Sentinel 


Shaft 


Showy 


F 


Sarcasm 


Schism 


Screech 


Sentry 


Shag 


Shrewd 


F2 


Sarcastic 


Schist 


Screenings 


Separation 


Shake 


Shrift 


F4 


Sarcel 


Schnapps 


Screwing 


Sepia 


Shaker 


Shrill 


SF 


Sarcology 


Scholar 


Scribble 


Sepoy 


Shaking 


Shrimp- 


SF2 


Sarcoma 


Scholarly 


Scribe 


Septate 


Shallow • 


Shrivel 


SF4 


Sarcophagus 


Scholastic 


Scrimmage 


Sepulchre 


Shamble 


Shroud 


G 


Sard 


Scholium 


Scrip 


Sequel 


Shame 


Shrub 


H 


Sardine 


School 


Scrofula 


Sequester 


Shameful 


Shudder 


Jl 


Sarsaparilla 


Schooling 


Scroll 


Seraglio 


Shanghai 


Shun 


N 


Sartor 


Schooner 


Scrub 


Seraph 


Shanty 


Shuttle 



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THE 



S T A N L E 



WORKS 



CODE 



Symbol 

A 

A4 
A5 
A6 

B 

Bl 
B5 
B8 



D 

Dl 

D2 

D3 
D4 

E 

E2 

E4 

F 

Fl 

F2 

F4 
F6 



I 



Finish 



H 



Standard light bronze . 

Dull bronze, slightly oxidized 

Dull bronze . . 

Ship bronze, polished surfaces only 

Statuary bronze, light . 
Statuary bronze, dark . 
Antique bronze, medium 
Statuary bronze, standard . 

Brass plate .... 

Dull Copper .... 
Copper oxidized, light center 
Copper oxidized, light mottled 
Copper oxidized, dark mottled 
Dull copper, slightly oxidized 

Dull silver, natural color 
Silver, oxidized, mottled 
Dull silver, slightly oxidized 

Dull Brass .... 
Brass oxidized, light center 
Brass oxidized, mottled 
Dull brass, slightly oxidized 
Ship brass, polished surfaces only 

Bower Barff, rustless . 

Dead black electroplate 



Code Word 



J 


Japanned 




Jl 


Japanned, dead black . 


K 


Olive bronze 


on polished surface 


Kl 


Olive bronze, 


planished surface 


N 


Nickel . 




R 


Galvanized 




SB 


Same as "B," 


sand finish . 


SD 


Same as "D," 


sand finish . . 


SDl 


Same as "Dl, 


sand finish . 


SD2 


Same as "D2, 


sand finish . 


SD3 


Same as "D3, 


sand finish . 


SD4 


Same as "D4, 


sand finish . 


SE 


Same as "E," 


sand finish . 


SE2 


Same as "E2,' 


sand finish . 


SE4 


Same as "E4,' 


sand finish . 


SF 


Same as "F," 


sand finish . 


SFl 


Same as "Fl,' 


sand finish . 


SF2 


Same as "F2,' 


sand finish / 


SF4 


Same as "F4,' 


sand finish . 


V 


Verdi antique 




z 


Stanley sherardized 



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Swab 
Swabber 

Swabian 
Swabbing 

Swad 
Swaddle 
Swaddler 
Swaddling 

j Swag 

I Swagger 
Swale 
Swallow 
Swallower 
Swallowing 

J Swamp 
j Swan 
Swap 

Swarm 

Swarming 

Swarty 

Swash 

Swat 

' Sweeten 

Swell 

Swift ' ; 

Swiftly 

Swig 
Swill 

Swim 

Sylvan 

Symbolize 

Sympathize 

Sympathy 

Symphonic 

Symphony 

Symphysis 

Symposium 

Symptom 

Sympus 

Synagogue 

Synchronic 

Synchronize 

Syncopate 

Syntax 

Syringa 



THE 



STANLEY 



WORKS 



CODE 



DATES 



Day 


Last Month 


This Month 


Next Month 


1 


Tracker 


Transcribe 


Traveler 


2 


Trackless 


Transept 


Traversing 


3 


Tractable 


Transfer 


Travesty 


4 . 


Traction 


Transfigure 


Trawler 


5 


Traded 


Transfix 


Tray 


6 


Tradeless 


Transform 


Treachery 


' 1 


Trademark 


Transfuse 


Treadle 


8 


Tradesman 


Transgress 


Treason 


9 


Trading 


Transient , 


Treasure 


10 


Tradition 


Transit 


Treatise 


11 


Traduce 


Transition 


Treatment 


12 


Traffic 


Transitory 


Trellis 


13 


Trafficker 


Translate 


Tremble 


14 


Tragedian 


Translation , 


Tremendous 


15 


Tragedy 


Translucent 


Tremolite 


16 


Tragic 


Transmission 


Trenchant 


17 


Tragus 


Transmit 


Trepanning 


18 


Trailer 


Transmute 


Trespass 


19 


Training 


Transparent 


Triangle 


20 


Traipse 


Transpire 


Tribulation 


21 


Traitor 


Transplant 


Tribunal 


22 


Traitress 


Transported 


Tributary 


2a 


Tramble 


Transverse 


Trident 


24 


Tramming 


Trapan 


Trigger 


25 


Tramp 


Trape 


Trillium 


26 


Tramroad 


Trapeze 


Trilobite 


27 


Tramway 


Trapezium 


Trimmer 


28 


Tranquil 


Trapper 


Trinket 


29 


Transaction 


Trappings 


Tripod 


30 


Transactor 


Trashiness 


Triton 


1 

31 


Transcend 


Travail 


Triumvir 



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